In 2007 price on an EpiPen in the U.S. was $57 today it is $300 yet each pen only has a $1 worth of medicine. Tell Mylan CEO Heather Bresch to immediately reduce the cost of this life and death treatment that so many people depend on.
Bresch, who started out in a low-level position in quality control at one of the company's factories, is the first female head of a large pharmaceutical company. She made a name for herself by turning the EpiPen - once an obscure injection device for alle
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