And if your eye causes you to sin, gouge it out and throw it away. It's better to enter eternal life with only one eye than to have two eyes and be thrown into the fire of hell.
According to PharmaGossip, KV Pharmaceuticals of St. Louis recieved FDA approval on a synthetic progesterone, Makena, for the treatment of some high-risk pregnancies and promptly raised the price of the drug from the $20-30 charged by formularies to more than $1500 per dose.
Needless to say, several physicians have taken umbrage. "I've never seen anything as outrageous as this," Dr. Arnold Cohen, an obstetrician at Albert Einstein Medical Center in Philadelphia, told the Associated Press. Other doctors echoed his sentiment.
Do you think the marketers at KV misread the Bible verse above and gouged prices instead of eyes? Maybe they can make a contribution of their profits to the Cardinals so that we can sign Pujols to a long-term deal. Maybe that's the plan!
Posted by Bruce Lehr March 9th 2011.