CVS just announced a super cheap generic alternative to EpiPen
EnlargeGetty | Drew Angerer reader comments 16 Share this story Pharmaceutical giant CVS announced Thursday that it has partnered with Impax Laboratories to sell a generic epinephrine auto-injector for $109.99 for a two-pack—a dramatic cut from Mylan’s Epipen two-pack prices, which list for more than $600 as a brand name and $300 as a generic. The...
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