Tag Archives: Daraprim

FDA chief Gottlieb makes good on promise to increase drug price competition; will expedite review of generics

The Food and Drug Administration on Tuesday (June 27, 2017) moved to try to spur more competition in the market for generic drugs, an effort aimed at driving down prices. In… Read more »

FTC opens antitrust investigation of Mylan’s EpiPen dominance; isn’t it high time we live up to Churchill’s rejoinder?

The News: Mylan on Monday (January 30, 2017) acknowledged that the US Federal Trade Commission asked the company “months ago” to provide information about the allergy therapy EpiPen (epinephrine) as… Read more »

Painted as the Latest Pharma Scoundrel, Mylan’s CEO Bresch Isn’t Buying It; She’s Got a Point, Maybe

Last week Mylan pharmaceuticals CEO Heather Bresch seemingly attained a status of villainy synonymous with Lance Armstrong and, more recently, Ryan Lochte, with news stories of its fourfold price increase… Read more »

Mylan to Reduce Cost of EpiPen as Pressure Mounts; Not All Patients to Benefit

Mylan NV (Amsterdam) on Thursday took some steps to alleviate patients’ cost burden for its $600 EpiPen emergency allergy shots following pressure from politicians including presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, who… Read more »