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Here's why there's a shortage of EpiPens

by Dan Gorenstein Aug 23, 2018
The Food and Drug Administration is trying to help mitigate the shortage of EpiPens, those auto-injecting devices used to treat allergic reactions to things like peanuts and bee stings. It’s extended by four months the expiration date for some EpiPen…

The health care industry is taking a stand against the maker of EpiPen

by Dan Gorenstein Jan 13, 2017
As we all know, the maker of EpiPen, Mylan, has engaged in price gouging. But this week, the larger health care industry sent a strong message that they are not going to stand for it. On Wednesday, Cigna announced it…

The price of the EpiPen has surged. Who pays?

by Kimberly Adams Aug 23, 2016
How will users of the auto-injector pay for the drug they rely on?
For the parents and guardians of children who need EpiPens to manage their allergies, the price tag has gone up by several hundred dollars.
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