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July 11, 2016
Someone from Brooklyn, NY signed.
July 11, 2016
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July 11, 2016
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July 11, 2016
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July 11, 2016
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July 12, 2016
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July 12, 2016
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July 14, 2016
Someone from Austin, TX signed.
7 months ago
Someone from Carlsbad, CA signed.
7 months ago
Someone from Grayslake, IL signed.
7 months ago
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7 months ago
Someone from Cutler, IL signed.
7 months ago
Someone from Langhorne, PA writes:
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It is horrible that this is a life saving medication for people & this company is putting a price tag on a persons life. Have this drug handy or you could die...smh
7 months ago
Someone from Lakeland, FL signed.
7 months ago
Someone from Evanston, IL writes:
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My son has deadly peanut and treenut allergies. We depend on epi pens to keep him alive long enough to get to the hospital when he has an anaphylactic reaction. The prices of this very simple medication have skyrocketed unreasonably. The cost of the medication itself is less than a dollar, if I remember correctly. The cost of 2 epi pens? $500 - $800 depending on where you are buying them. When health insurance will not cover these costs, many families cannot afford this very simple and life saving medication. This is absolutely outrageous. It is price gouging and it is unconscionable. Someone needs to do something about this. This situation is putting the lives of millions of children (and adults) at risk - people who cannot afford to spend potentially $800 every time their epi pens expire or are used and need to be replaced.
7 months ago
Someone from Englishtown, NJ signed.
7 months ago
Someone from South Elgin, IL signed.
7 months ago
Someone from Trumbull, CT writes:
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Just this week I was in line behind a man who left the pharmacy without his EpiPen prescription because he couldn't afford it. It was horribly sad. He was refiling his prescription because when he filled his last EpiPen Rx, he discovered they were only for 9 months, so he already had to renew. Disgusting.
7 months ago
Someone from Gilbert, AZ signed.
7 months ago
Someone from Encinitas, CA writes:
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Please weigh the cost of production to what is charged for the medication, and the cost of production to the cost of emergency care needed without the medication.
7 months ago
Someone from Matawan, NJ signed.
7 months ago
Someone from Creedmoor, NC signed.
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Someone from Old Hickory, TN signed.
7 months ago
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7 months ago
Someone from San Mateo, CA writes:
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We can not let Mylan monopolize the epinephrine industry anymore! Making families suffer in order to line the pockets of shareholders and top dogs is immoral, unethical, and inhumane! I wish I could boycot Mylan but unfortunately we NEED epipens to protect my daughters' life. We are stuck and they know it so they are taking advantage. Please help stop this unjust gouging!
7 months ago
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7 months ago
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7 months ago
Someone from Fort Thomas, KY signed.
7 months ago
Someone from Waynesboro, PA writes:
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This is ridiculous and dangerous. Lives are at risk here, stop being so GREEDY.
7 months ago
Someone from Knightdale, NC signed.
7 months ago
Someone from Germantown, TN signed.