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YOU HEARD MARGARET TALK ABOUT SETTING A PRICE FOR A TEDDY BEAR, BUT, WHEN IT COMES TO MEDICINE, LIKE THE EPIPEN, THERE ARE OFTEN NO COMPETITORS, SO SCHOOLS AND PEOPLE WITH ALLERGIES ARE FORCED TO PAY ‘WHATEVER THE COMPANY DECIDES TO CHARGE’ FOR THE LIFESAVING DEVICE.   

THAT BRINGS US TO THIS WEEK’S POLL QUESTION: SHOULD HEALTH COMPANIES BE ALLOWED TO SET UNLIMITED PRICES FOR THE MEDICINE THEY MAKE? TELL US YES OR NO, AND, AFTER YOU’VE VOTED, WRITE TO US -- AND TELL US HOW YOU VOTED AND WHY.    

WHILE WE’RE HERE, LET’S TAKE A LOOK AT THE POLL RESULTS FROM LAST WEEK. WE ASKED: IN WHICH TYPE OF SCHOOL WOULD YOU LEARN BEST? 45% OF YOU SAID YOU’D PREFER A COMBINATION OF BOTH. WE’LL HEAR MORE ABOUT WHY, IN OUR INBOX SEGMENT LATER IN THE SHOW.

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