EpiPen scandal is all about politics

Mylan Corp. has come under fire for raising the price of its life-saving EpiPen from $7 to $300 over the last nine years. A look at the political connections of Mylan CEO Heather Bresch reveals that the US government is marketing the EpiPen and stopping competitors from getting into the market.

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