Three Senators Fight Epipen Maker Mylan’s Price Hike

Three US senators are questioning pharmaceutical company Mylan over its price increase for EpiPens. A two-pack of EpiPens cost $100 in 2009 and gradually grew to $600.

Minnesota Sen. Amy Klobuchar (D), Connecticut Senator Richard Blumenthal (D) and Iowa Senator Chuck Grassley (D) are pressuring Epipen maker Mylar after a skyrocketing price hike for an essential lifesaving drug.

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