It's not much of a secret that co-host Corwin of Lavender Hill has issues with Corporations and their SOGI shenanigans. Quite a lot, in fact, but this one ratchets up my dislike and disgust to whole new levels of blood boiling. Short story, a company bought the rights to produce a drug to treat toxoplasmosis in people on chemotherapy and those who have AIDS. It also helps prevent toxoplasmosis during pregnancy. The drug, Daraprim, used to cost $13.50 per pill, but the new owners, Turing Pharmaceuticals of New York, decided to raise the price to $750 per pill. That's a 5555% markup for a drug that's been around, and working, since 1953. For more about the situation, click the link.