Pharma executive suicided

Jose Robinson
Jose Robinson

Daniel Best, found dead with multiple blunt force injuries declared a suicide

cleveland.com/metro/index.ssf/2018/11/death_of_hhs_official_daniel_b.html

The Nov. 1 death of Daniel Best, a pharmaceutical executive from Bay Village who led U.S. Department of Health and Human Services efforts to lower prescription drug prices, has been ruled a suicide, officials in Washington, D.C., said Thursday.

The city's Office of the Chief Medical Examiner on Thursday said Best died from "multiple blunt force injuries" and it ruled his death a suicide. It would not release further information.

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Austin Watson
Austin Watson

Oh, well. That's what you get for going up against the jews. No wonder whites abjectly refuse to fight back, anywhere on Earth.

Wyatt Perry
Wyatt Perry

Suicide by baseball bat
You sure that isn't Daniel BEAST?

Luis James
Luis James

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Washington, DC
I wonder what percent of deaths in DC are actual suicides and gang violence have how much is hits like this. It's got to be like over 50 percent that are hit jobs.

Ethan Morales
Ethan Morales

We're assuming he was the victim of a hit job, but really he was the first person ever to kill himself by beating himself to death with a bat. Using a gun or rope is the pussy way to go.

Gabriel Nelson
Gabriel Nelson

Police say Best was found "unresponsive" [bold]near the garage door exit of an apartment building[/bold] in Washington, D.C.'s Navy Yard neighborhood at 5:25 a.m. on Nov. 1, and was pronounced dead by medical personnel who responded to the scene.
The city's Office of the Chief Medical Examiner on Thursday said Best died from "multiple blunt force injuries" and it ruled his death a suicide. It would not release further information.
Best is survived by his wife, Lisa, and three children.
beats himself to death in a garage leaving his family to fend for itself

Jordan Rogers
Jordan Rogers

multiple blunt force injuries

Nicholas Long
Nicholas Long

Thank you for making a good evening great.

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Brody Nelson
Brody Nelson

Those are the eyes of someone who knew it was coming.

Jayden Reed
Jayden Reed

real men bash their own brains out

Jayden Campbell
Jayden Campbell

Was there a staircase involved? Or did he throw himself into traffic?

Sebastian Peterson
Sebastian Peterson

He was found dead near his garage door exit. I doubt there was a staircase involved, but maybe the garage door was involved somehow.

Juan Carter
Juan Carter

maybe he farleyd

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Owen Roberts
Owen Roberts

/thread

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Grayson Morales
Grayson Morales

that's the future of everyone here, well, at least those that stay

Owen Torres
Owen Torres

And to think, there will be people who actually believe this.

Joseph Edwards
Joseph Edwards

Suspicious death ruled suicide, and most people won't care or do anything about it.
But given who he was, maybe keep an eye on any related news…

A pharmaceutical executive will lead the Trump administration’s effort to lower drug prices
Daniel Best previously worked for CVS and Pfizer Pharmaceuticals.
thinkprogress.org/pharmaceutical-exec-trump-drug-pricing-reform-453f7bb6108d/
The Trump administration announced Thursday that it was appointing a former corporate executive to lead the Department of Health and Human Service’s efforts to lower the price of prescription drugs.
He’s a former PBM insider now shaping Trump’s drug policy. Will he reveal industry secrets?
statnews.com/2018/05/10/daniel-best-pbm-trump-drug-policy/

Ian Hughes
Ian Hughes

DANIEL MATTHEW BEST, age 49. Born December 7th, 1968 in Pittsburgh, PA died November 1, 2018. Proud graduate of THE University of Dayton, Class of '91. Dedicated his life to the American people with an unparalleled passion to make health care more affordable to all. He most recently served as the Senior Advisor to the Secretary of Health and Human Services for Drug Pricing Reform. Prior to that, Dan was the V.P. of Industry Relations- Medicare at CVS Caremark Corporation; Universal American, Member Health, & Pfizer Pharmaceuticals. Survived by loving wife of 25 years Lisa Campbell Best, proud father of Jake, Nick, and Matt. Son of Ted and Marilyn Best, brother of Ted (Bryn), Michael, Susan Cole, Triplet of Tim (Kristen), Lori (Paul) Yeager. Son-in-law of Anne and the late Chris Campbell. Brother-in-law of Chris (Anne) Campbell, Marty Campbell, Mike (Val) Campbell, Karen (Jay) Augenstein, Julie (Jim) Grunenwald. Loving Uncle to many nieces and nephews, and a friend to all.
<RIP

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Adam James
Adam James

Why wouldn't Jews want prescription drug prices to be more affordable for the goyim? Both uppers and downers are known to cause long-term damage to the brain as well as slowly kill off any emotional feeling to anyone using them regularly.

Elijah Allen
Elijah Allen

Just another day in the USA. It won't stop the MSM from repeating how much OTHER countries are corrupt. Surely, there must be one or two website keeping an updated list of all high-profile (((suicides))) in the USA. Just in DC alone there must be at least one every week.

Laws are for the average citizen. The (((rich and powerful))) have their own set of rules.

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Sebastian Bailey
Sebastian Bailey

There’s also no mention of marital difficulties or other life-challenging events that may signal depression.
In fact, in announcing Best’s death, HHS Secretary Alex Azar said the 49-year-old former CVS Health and Pfizer Pharmaceuticals executive agreed to work at HHS “out of a desire to serve the American people by making health care more affordable.”
<That makes it sound like Best was a man on a mission, not someone planning his own demise.
Just a week before his death President Trump had announced a new Medicare drug pricing initiative based on the cheaper prices charged for the drugs in other countries. The president had pointed to the fact that drugs in the United States frequently cost many times more than they do abroad:
“At long last, the drug companies and foreign countries will be held accountable for how they rigged the system against American consumers.”
It sounds like Best had already submitted his plan, or part of it, for consideration.
<Then there’s the possible motive for wanting Best out of the way and at the same time to send a message to any future challengers to the profits of multinational corporations.
As Sundance at the Conservative Treehouse has so aptly pointed out:
There are massive multinational interests inherently at risk from President Trump’s “America-First” economic and trade platform. Believe it or not, President Trump is up against an entire world economic establishment.
(This is an essential read for those who want to understand just how powerful the forces aligned against President Trump are, and why.)
A basic explanation goes something like this; truly global markets have been replaced over the past three decades by multinational corporations that now control pricing according to the wants and needs of the corporation and no longer the dynamics of supply and demand that regulate the free market equitably.
Products were formerly traded in actual free markets where supply and demand determined prices across the globe. Allowing for currency adjustments, prices were largely consistent between countries.
Today, these multinational corporations have grown into global entities powerful enough to have purchased controlling interests in any single economic commodity. Like, let’s say, pharmaceuticals.
These multinational corporations, and the multinational banks they align with, then lobby the political policymakers of each targeted nation to manipulate distribution and pricing within each nation.
Instead of the traditional ‘supply/demand’ equation determining prices within each country, the corporations determine what prices would maximize profits from each nation.
Hence, we see that President Trump, is right about the Americans he is representing paying more, often far more, than they otherwise would under a truly free economic system of free trade rather thanthe managed trade that globalists tell us is free.
This assessment was confirmed in an article from last December in the Huffington Post:
The drug companies hold the power to charge America’s consumers whatever they want. Worse, Medicare — the nation’s largest purchaser of drugs — is prohibited by law from seeking better prices. The result of this short sighted policy is dramatic. In 2006, the first year of Medicare’s prescription drug program, the combined profits of the largest drug companies soared 34 percent to $76.3 billion. And unlike other industries, such as Big Oil, drug companies get something even better than a tax subsidy — they get a government program.
<There are literally 100’s of billions of dollars at risk if President Trump puts an end to Big Pharma’s stranglehold on the market.
The 11 largest global drug companies made an astonishing $711 billion in profits over the 10 years ending in 2012, and they got a turbo-charged boost when the Medicare Part D prescription drug program started in 2006, according to an analysis of corporate filings by Health Care for America Now (HCAN).
See how this works? See why the multinational-globalist kingpins are so stridently aligned against President Trump? Have you noticed how much of their money has been spent trying to defame him and to defeat him?
Maybe now you might realize that the politicians you like, who are so abusive towards our president, are recipients of copious amounts of lobbying dollars and doing their bidding in ripping you off.
Against this backdrop, there exists a whole lot of incentive to make sure nothing changes.
<According to HHS Secretary Azar, Daniel Best “brought his deep expertise and passion to this task with great humility and collegiality… out of a desire to serve the American people by making health care more affordable.”
You do the math.

Justin Richardson
Justin Richardson

https://
www.cleveland.com/metro/index.ssf/2018/11/drug_company_raised_opoid_trea.html

WASHINGTON, D.C. - A Virginia pharmaceutical company raised the price of its opioid overdose reversal drug by more than 600 percent in 2016 as a way to "capitalize on the opportunity," says a report released Sunday by an investigative subcommittee chaired by Ohio GOP Sen. Rob. Portman.

The report from Portman's Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations said actions by the Richmond drug company, kaleo, to push up the price of its nalaxone drug, EVZIO, increased costs to taxpayers by more than $142 million in the last four years even though less expensive versions of naloxone were available.

"Naloxone is a critically important overdose reversal drug that our first responders have used to save tens of thousands of lives," said a statement from Portman about the report, whose details were first aired on CBS' "60 Minutes."

"The fact that one company dramatically raised the price of its naloxone drug and cost taxpayers tens of millions of dollars in increased drug costs, all during a national opioid crisis, no less, is simply outrageous," Portman continued, pledging his subcommittee will "continue its efforts to protect taxpayers from drug manufacturers that are exploiting loopholes in the Medicare and Medicaid system in order to profit from a national opioid crisis."

The report from Portman's subcommittee says kaleo raised its prices on the recommendation of drug industry consultant Todd Smith, who drastically raised prices at other firms that hired him. The company paid Smith and his partner more than $10.2 million for their work.

The distribution model that Smith proposed raised the price of the drug by more than 600 percent by 2016, from $575 per unit to $3,750 and then to $4,100, the report said, even though the company said its production cost for the drug is $174 per unit.

To make sure the drug would be covered by government programs like Medicare and Medicaid, the company's sales force focused on making sure doctors' offices signed necessary paperwork that said that EVZIO was medically necessary, the report said.

Its model relied on patients with insurance coverage to subsidize patients without coverage, the report said. Kaleo said insurance covers around 26 percent of EVZIO prescriptions for commercial patients and the company gives away the remaining 74 percent of the drug.

Sales of the drug climbed after the price increase. While the company said its new model focused on patients covered by commercial health insurance, most of its initial revenues were from Medicare and Medicaid, which paid excess costs of $142 million for the drug even though less costly medicines were available, the report said.

"Kaleo's more than 600 percent price increase of EVZIO not only exploits a country in the middle of an opioid crisis, but also American taxpayers who fund government-run health care programs designed to be a safety net for our country's elderly and most vulnerable," the report said.

The company says it gives away a high proportion of the EVZIO it makes, and it is working with "insurers, policymakers and government officials, to provide EVZIO at a lower cost while ensuring patients and their loved ones have access to this life-saving drug."

"We believe two facts are critical to the EVZIO story," said a statement from kaleo. "First, we have received voluntary reports from recipients of donated product that EVZIO has saved more than 5,500 lives since we launched the product in 2014. Second, we have never turned an annual profit on the sale of EVZIO. Patients, not profits, have driven our actions."

The report from Portman recommends that the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services review its policies to keep drug companies from inappropriately influencing prescribing, and that Congress should mandate a three-day limit on opioid prescriptions because addiction risks increase with longer use.

Aaron Williams
Aaron Williams

(((Big Pharma)))

Colton Bennett
Colton Bennett

He was in some jews way. Couldn't wait to climb the corporate ladder.

Carter Cooper
Carter Cooper

obviously, jews had goyim kill him

Benjamin Turner
Benjamin Turner

Just a Cohencidence.

Isaiah Nelson
Isaiah Nelson

beating yourself to death with a bat
Truely the Best way to go.

Caleb Johnson
Caleb Johnson

Poor guy
RIP

Aiden Watson
Aiden Watson

I'm not going out like a punk, that's for sure. When the time comes, I plan to flay myself alive with broken glass.

Camden Fisher
Camden Fisher

Why wouldn't Jews want prescription drug prices to be more affordable for the goyim
The US basically foots the bill for the pharmaceutical industry worldwide. Most countries SSRI's and other (((modern drugs))) are sold operate at a net loss.
If they drop the price of US meds too much, the entire world will have to enact new legislation in order to keep the goy at bay.

This is a major issue for zog as it threatens the possibility of 1/3 of white people not being able to stay medicated and docile to their nigger invaders.

Hudson Ward
Hudson Ward

If you wear a suit and tie and have that fake ass murderer smile , nobody fucking cares if you die. You gave up your humanity the day you signed up for LinkedIn. Jews arent even the main problem they are just the shield. Whites do all the dirty work and jews find the loopholes and block every path to justice with "anti Semite!" . Every single fucking institution in the united states is filled with sociopath whites who are willing to sacrifice any other human for a .01% salary increase. If there are ten whites standing somewhere and chaim drops a gun, then a white picks it up and kills the other whites, chaim and psycho white are at fault. Hatred against white people was code for hatred against white collar faggots. Blue collar fags are dumb ass poor rednecks with no real power and were never a threat to the advancement of the species , yet they used ronald trump to make the useful idiots take all the blame while the final parts of the us economy are handed to Israel. Redirect the hated to boomers , silicon valley , limousine liberals , celebrities, cops, marketers , think tanks , psychologists . Currently all hatred has been carefully redirected to the isolated gamer nazi white male and people who live hundreds of miles away from minorities. Send it back to the real problems and they will be dealt with. Really not hard. Just need to point to finger at one of these fags and the angry zombie mob of soys and blues will do the rest.

Daniel Morris
Daniel Morris

let he who hasn't fractured his own skull by beating himself to death hitting himself in the back of the head with a carbon steel retractable batton cast the first stone.

sshh go back to sleep goy. did you see the latest outrageous thing Kanye said? haw, haw, haw.

Luke Brooks
Luke Brooks

multiple
<multiple

Nigger, you wouldn't have "multiple" if you jumped. You'd be fucking massively splattered on the pavement.

Lincoln Bailey
Lincoln Bailey

nothing good comes out of pharma,

lowering the price was no doubt an effort to move
more product,

Julian Rivera
Julian Rivera

Also the kikes did this.

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Daniel Diaz
Daniel Diaz

true

Ethan Gonzalez
Ethan Gonzalez

Oh, to have such power.

Josiah Robinson
Josiah Robinson

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Anthony Jones
Anthony Jones

well there you have it, a suicide by 'multiple blunt force injuries', it just seems that a pharma CEO would have access to a quieter way to go out but what the fuck do i know

Angel Jackson
Angel Jackson

I mean, you heard the men try to talk him down. There was literally nothing they could do to stop it.
RIP Dan Best
Such a tragic way to go.

Kayden Hall
Kayden Hall

Not in the garage, homeslice. Likely rigged the car to run over him.

Tyler Sanders
Tyler Sanders

"Natural and organic"

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Joshua Turner
Joshua Turner

But given who he was, maybe keep an eye on any related news…
Trump has repeatedly pledged that one of his main goals as president is to reduce the price of prescription medication. Prior to his inauguration, Trump said that Big Pharma “has a lot of lobbies, a lot of lobbyists and a lot of power,” and that they were “getting away with murder.”
and they shouldn't.

Lucas Ramirez
Lucas Ramirez

suicide by mafia hit
It's all so tiring

Bentley Robinson
Bentley Robinson

The US people are paying for the next generation of health tech with absorbent prices.

Your paying for Jews to get the latest health technology.

Isaac Bailey
Isaac Bailey

Maybe by "blunt force" they're referring to really strong marijuana. Multiple super-marijuana injuries.

Grayson Ward
Grayson Ward

except thats total fucking bullshit, pharmaceutical companies are being bought up and having their R&D budgets slashed to all but total dissolve forcing staff to take furloughs immediately after acquisition

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Zachary Parker
Zachary Parker

what information does he have?

Nicholas Adams
Nicholas Adams

park your car
walk to garage door
suddenly realize how the dark of the garage perfectly represents your life
faint light is shining from cracks in the door, representing the afterlife
grab steel pipe you always keep in your brief case and hit your head until you fall over
continue hitting your head with the last of your strength, in hope of reaching that light
Really, it could have happened to anybody.

Gabriel Hughes
Gabriel Hughes

free skreli

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Christian Bennett
Christian Bennett

what information does he have?
*did he have?

Matthew Smith
Matthew Smith

bump

Aiden White
Aiden White

"suicide"
What must it be like to murder with impunity and pay the cops to look the other way?

Benjamin Campbell
Benjamin Campbell

It must feel like when someone runs on a campaign promise to "lock her up", but the "lock her up" part never comes.

Leo Hill
Leo Hill

Fucking hardcore mother fucker.

Alexander Fisher
Alexander Fisher

What do you think happens to all those top researchers and all the new technologies, patents and inventions?

Carter Walker
Carter Walker

Other than falling off a roof how the fuck do you commit suicide like that

Liam Myers
Liam Myers

Maybe that's an esoteric metaphor for reading Seige

Ethan Reyes
Ethan Reyes

multiple blunt force injuries
ruled a suicide
was trying to lower prescription drug prices
They're not even pretending to try to hide things at this point are they?

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