Maybe you’re lucky, considering what the news is like.
My favorite part of this whole long-running story of the generic price-fixing lawsuits is the official response of Teva, “the world’s largest generic-drug maker”:
“Teva… has not engaged in any conduct that would lead to civil or criminal liability," https://www.nytimes.com/2019/05/11/health/teva-price-fixing-lawsuit.html
“We have not found evidence that would give rise to any civil or criminal liability.” https://www.nytimes.com/2016/12/15/business/generic-drug-price-lawsuit-teva-mylan.html?module=inline
They don’t even claim that they haven’t fixed prices, or have done nothing wrong; they say only that they managed to slip between the precise lines of the law, and never performed those specific acts which would lead to conviction, or that they can’t find any evidence of such crimes, so it won’t be easy to convict them.
These companies may end up being found liable, but the way the way lawsuits of this sort work, it’s possible that no patient will see any benefit from them, and very likely I won’t be around by that date any more in any case.