Mylan CEO “frustrated” by own price gouging but doesn’t lower EpiPen price
EnlargeCNBC reader comments 73 Share this story With rage surging over claims of price gouging, EpiPen manufacturer Mylan took a page from Turing’s playbook today. CEO Heather Bresch told CNBC that the company is taking “immediate action” to make the life-saving auto-injectors available to any patients that need one. The company will expand discounts...
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