The health care industry's biggest conference just finished up, and the Fool's health care team was keeping close watch. While much of the interest was focused on biotech outfits big and small, the industry's titans -- the big pharmaceutical companies -- made some noise of their own.
Our health care bureau chief Brenton Flynn listened in on seven big pharmaceutical companies that made an appearance, and in the following video he outlines one way they're profiting from the emerging middle class and their love of meat.
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