The explosive growth of food allergies has made EpiPen a billion-dollar brand.
A Seattle emergency room physician led a study into why EpiPens were causing lacerations to children, calling the design into question.
EpiPen maker Mylan, tried to sue the state of West Virginia for deciding to use Auvi-Q, a competing device that costs less than the EpiPen.
An incredibly powerful open letter from an emergency room physician to Heather Bresch, CEO of Mylan.
With every price hike Mylan makes, another child will go without an EpiPen. In some cases, these families will end up in the emergency room…if they are lucky.
More than 700,000 petition signatures were delivered to Mylan corporate headquarters demanding that Mylan stop price gouging American consumers.
Last week, I gave an interview with Fox Business in which we discuss the skyrocketing price of EpiPens, Mylan’s monopoly and their 90% market share in the epinephrine auto-injector space. In the days that followed, Mylan was first silent and then appeared “frustrated.” In response to an onslaught of negative press, the company is now offering…
Mylan has offered up a $300 off coupon for “certain” people as an olive branch for their price-gouging practices with the EpiPen.
Mylan, the company that markets the EpiPen, is about to become much more well known in ways their CEO never imagined.
Please meet my friend, Kelly. She’s a single mom of five who just resigned as a spokesperson for EpiPen.