The second part of this case series describes the protests about the cost of Sovaldi which continued throughout the summer of 2014, not only in emerging markets but also in developed countries. In PR terms, Gilead was being painted less as a marvelous creator of a miracle drug and more as an arbiter of who might live or die from hepatitis C, based entirely on whether they could afford it or not. In September 2014, Gilead surprised everyone.
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