Yes, governments should place price controls on pharmeceutical drugs to make these drugs accessible to the poor, who need them just as much as their richer counterparts do. Currently, even under the Affordable Care Act, acquiring certain pharmaceutical is prohibitively expensive for the poor, and this denies them treatment they need to live in some cases.
Governments should place price controls on most pharmaceutical drugs to protect consumers. For certain people, these drugs are necessary to survive, but they're often cost-prohibitive, which means some people can't get the care they need. If the government implements price controls, then more people can access the medicines they need.