This is about whether Puerto Rico's pharmaceutical industry, responsible for about of all U. pharma exports, is really going to be able to weather the storm, as several multinational drug-makers have assured us. I am raising my hand as a skeptic.
From reading and hearing news accounts, the general public has a vague impression that some things are amiss with the pharmaceutical industry—one word: Epipens. But few might consider it an industry in a state of collapse.
After shooting meth put her in a Missouri hospital with six days of bleeding, Heather Surface stumbled out into the January cold last year, still drug-addicted, homeless and unaware that she had a dangerous liver infection.