Democrat Senator’s daughter raised price of EpiPen, raked in millions from cronyism

Wednesday, August 31, 2016
By Paul Martin

by: Isabelle Z.
Wednesday, August 31, 2016

Mylan chief executive Heather Bresch is facing a slew of criticism for raising the price of a life-saving medication known as the EpiPen, and information that is coming to light about her questionable background and excessive salary is only adding to the outrage. The medicine, which had an average wholesale price of around $55 in 2007, now costs a whopping $600 to $700 for a standard two-pack.

The EpiPen, which is only available by prescription, provides a quick-acting shot of epinephrine to help counteract severe allergic reactions. Millions of Americans rely on the medication to deal with allergy emergencies, with many parents keeping the pens on hand at home and in their cars, backpacks and purses. According to calculations by analysts, the dosage that one pen contains is worth around $1, so many people are asking how Bresch and her firm can justify this astronomical price tag.

Bresch no stranger to controversy

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One Response to “Democrat Senator’s daughter raised price of EpiPen, raked in millions from cronyism”


    Kill them who cheat the people

    Its easy to do


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