What did Morgan Stanley pharmaceutical analyst Andrew Baum mean by "significant price deflation"?

Answer No no no, silly! Read it carefully - what he's saying is that a public option would threaten the pharmaceutical companies' efforts to lower drug prices for U.S. consumers. Duh!!

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