Pfizer Statement on U.S. Presidential Election
As President Bush prepares for his second term, Pfizer offers our best wishes and highest hopes for the future. The coming days are sure to be full of challenges and, for the sake of all Americans, we wish the President nothing but success.
?We look forward to working with President Bush and his Administration on our common objective: improved health for all Americans,? said Pfizer Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Hank McKinnell.
?Pfizer pledges to work hard to help build a bipartisan consensus to address health reform in a way that expands coverage, addresses affordability and improves quality.
?In 2005 and beyond, we will continue to be a constructive partner with the Administration, both parties in Congress, patients, physicians, the health care and business communities and the many others groups involved in health reform.
?By working together, we are confident that we can find ways to meet the challenge of advancing American health reform through: an understanding of patient needs; respect for the patient-physician relationship; a focus on prevention and wellness; and continuing medical innovation and progress.?
As Senator Kerry returns to the Senate, Pfizer thanks him for his continuing service to our nation. Even though the American people have returned President Bush to the White House, Senator John Kerry will play an important role in Congress and Pfizer looks forward to continuing to work with him.
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