His Job Is to Sell a $1,000 Pill for $10 Without Losing MoneyBy
`We make a good target,' says Gilead Sciences' access chief
Debate about rationing access to a life-saving medicine
Gregg Alton has what seems like a disorienting job at Gilead Sciences Inc. He’s paid to figure out how to sell the drug Sovaldi, which infamously retails in the U.S. at $1,000 a pill, for relatively next to nothing.
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