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Emails show Clinton campaign mulled over the FDA commissioner's ties to the pharma industry

On Sept. 21, 2015, Hillary Clinton tweeted a link to a story describing the 5,000% overnight hike in price of a drug called Daraprim. Shortly after, biotech company stocks took a huge hit. The excited response to the news by senior policy advisor Ann O'Leary —" FYI - We have started the war with Pharma!!" — was released after Wikileaks published Clinton campaign manager John Podesta's emails.
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