Drug companies are giving to their favorite charities to help the poor cover the costs of prescriptions. A Wall Street Journal article explains that this system keeps people insured and keeps the insurance companies paying for most of the costs. Is this solely for helping the underinsured or is it good business and a tax shelter to keep the money circulating back to where it started from? Some say that this is to protect the high priced drugs that they’re selling, but I think it’s good business and a win-win situation for both parties. They are aiding the less fortunate with the high costs of prescription drugs and providing good publicity for charities which literally comes back to them four or more fold.