90% of seniors and doctors object to it, so your defense is idealistic and less than caviler also.<quoted text>Your article says "most" - not all, and it is largely just a theory that they wouldn't be helped at this point. If Aerobatty has seen benefits in his/her family then why should you worry about it? They are there and see these things first hand, you aren't. The only people who would try to cast a shadow of doubt about this would be those who are prejudiced or biased toward The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act. That's pretty evident.
How increasing demand and reducing supply will help is going to be a very tough sell Mylan. It's not you they care about , you will find it is nothing but a new tax in disguise.