by: Jennifer Lea Reynolds
(NaturalNews) It’s no secret that various industries increase customer pricing so the company can make a profit. That’s Economics 101. However, when prices surge so exorbitantly that the average person can barely afford an item while the company walks all the way to the bank, that’s Greed 101. Sadly, absurdly elevated prices permeate the marketplace, draining the wallets and energy of people in droves, and it particularly impacts those in need of life-saving medications.
A restaurant’s appetizer platter or some trendy bracelet charms are one thing, but when it comes to improving the quality of human lives or even saving them, people often have no choice but to pay steep prices. If you want to live, or live better, you’ll need to either win the lottery or have saved your pennies since childhood. It’s not fair, but it’s a shocking reality.