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California pressures Bristol-Myers Squibb on cost of AIDS drug
Sacramento Bee

State officials are pressuring drug giant Bristol-Myers Squibb to do something about the skyrocketing cost of AIDS medication.

Earlier this month, state Controller John Chiang dispatched a letter to Bristol-Myers Squibb, which manufactures a key AIDS drug, to urge the company “to step up and join the other pharmaceutical companies that have found ways to reduce the cost of drugs to California.”