Mylan Stock Remains Lower Amid Scrutiny of EpiPen Pricing: ChartBy
Mylan NV fell for a third day after U.S. senators scrutinized pricing of the drugmaker’s EpiPen emergency allergy shot following a more than 400 percent increase in its cost. Two injections of the self-administered epinephrine now run more than $600, according to prescription drug-price tracker GoodRx. In an Aug. 22 letter, Chuck Grassley, chairman of the Senate Committee on the Judiciary, asked Mylan to explain the “substantial price increase.”
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