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California Decides The World Needs A State-Run Pharmaceutical Firm


“California is staring at a $30 billion budget deficit. It’s struggling to provide reliable power. Highways and neighborhoods are flooding from winter storms. But save those problems for another day. Governor Gavin Newsom has laid out his plan for the state to get into the pharmaceutical business.”

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Governor Newsom first announced plans for California to manufacture its own insulin, to treat diabetes, three years ago. Far from being produced more cheaply, however, California’s insulin will reportedly cost diabetic patients even more than current mainline brands. As such, while in principle we would agree that taking insulin and other essential medicines under public control could potentially be a step in the right direction, the goal should be to replace the pharma industry’s high-cost model with a new system of healthcare that puts the interests of patients first. Based on current evidence, this does not seem to be the case with Newsom’s plans.

But putting patients first isn’t only a matter of making healthcare affordable and available to all. It also means properly addressing the micronutrient deficiencies that are the primary causes of disease. Significantly, therefore, research carried out by scientists at the Dr. Rath Research Institute shows that specific combinations of vitamins, minerals, and other active plant-derived compounds have highly beneficial effects in the control of key cellular aspects of diabetes. Crucially, this includes stimulating the secretion of insulin by pancreatic cells by over 230 percent – thus reducing the requirement for insulin injections. If Gavin Newsom was really interested in putting Californian patients first, this is the healthcare direction he and his administration should be investigating.

To learn more about Dr. Rath’s revolutionary micronutrient-based approach to the control of diabetes, visit the Dr. Rath Education website.