It won't happen because the market is much different. When you need a kitchen spatula, you put it on a list to buy the next time you're out shopping. If you see one for $30, you'll probably skip it and buy the $1.25 one instead. If your $1.25 kitchen spatula breaks (a) it's no big deal and (b) you just go buy another one.
If you're injured in an accident, or have a heart attack, or break a leg, or your child stops breathing, it's not something you "put on a list" to get taken care of. Likewise, those things you put off until it's convenient - removing a mole or wart, getting a vaccine, or a cancer screening, you still don't want the quickest, cheapest version because, unlike the $1.25 spatula, you could end up with a nasty removal scar, or a cheap vaccine that was produced without FDA review or approval (since the current administration is talking about eliminating many functions of the FDA) and doesn't actually work or contains dangerous ingredients, or a botched screening that causes serious damage (perforated colon) or merely results in grossly inadequate review (breast mass which is overlooked) that ends up allowing a dangerous condition to progress.