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Martin Shkreli Responds To Australian Students Who Created $2 Version Of Daraprim Pill That ‘Pharma Bro’ Had Jacked Up Price By 5000 Percent

Martin Shkreli Responds To Australian Students Who Created $2 Version Of Daraprim Pill That ‘Pharma Bro’ Had Jacked Up Price By 5000 Percent


Turing Pharmaceuticals CEO Martin Shkreli appeared upset after he heard a generic variant of Daraprim was successfully synthesized by a few Australian students in their school laboratory. The man, who has earned the infamous nickname “Pharma Bro,” took to social media to chastise and criticize the efforts of the Sydney schoolboys for offering their generic alternative for roughly $2 per dose, as compared to $750 a tablet that Daraprim was being sold for until recently.

“Pharma Bro” Martin Shkreli, who gained notoriety for hiking life-saving medicine Daraprim’s price by 5000 Percent, and endorsed the same pricing strategy adopted by the makers of EpiPen, responded to students who managed to synthesize a generic variant very cheaply in a school laboratory.



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