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King tarnishes reputation over Keytruda at end of career

Labour's latest fiasco involves its leader wanting to personally decide which drugs Pharmac will fund. With special audio feature.

Fri, 04 Mar 2016

Labour’s health policy czar, Annette King, has a legendary and probably justified aversion to drug companies. Not for nothing has the industry earned a reputation similar to that of tobacco, armaments, fast food and Big Sugar.

As health minister, Ms King wouldn’t even meet the drug companies or

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