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6 months ago
Someone from Palmdale, CA writes:
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Can't believe inflation is to blame everyone blames inflation but are they not the ones cause the rise in inflation I think companies should stop raising the prices it doesn't cost more to make something to then it did ten years ago just rent and purchasing but they want to raise the amount of payment to upper class management and tell us it cost she said she made over millions of dollars sorry they should be ashamed of themselves
6 months ago
Someone from Parkville, MD signed.
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Someone from edwardsville, IL writes:
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Please support
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Someone from Wanaque, NJ signed.
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Someone from Boynton Beach, FL writes:
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We need health care reform!
September 28, 2016
Charles N. from Wilmington, NC signed.
September 28, 2016
Someone from Oak Lawn, IL signed.
September 28, 2016
Someone from Cashiers, NC writes:
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I know of a little girl that is highly allergic to peanuts....she needs the epipen! Don't be selfish, please make this affordable.
September 28, 2016
Someone from Mcdonough, GA writes:
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Please make this available for those who need this life saving drug that can't pay these lnflated ridiculous prices.
September 28, 2016
Someone from Mcdonough, GA writes:
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Please make this available for those who need this life saving drug that can't pay these lnflated ridiculous prices.
September 29, 2016
Someone from Bolingbrook, IL writes:
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I am just a mom, begging for my child to have a chance in his anaphylaxis battle with peanuts. I didn't get an 18 million dollar raise, paying these prices is not realistic. Please, do something!
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Someone from Virginia Beach, VA signed.
September 29, 2016
Sarah A. from Bowling Green, KY signed.
September 29, 2016
Someone from Woodstock, VA writes:
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There is no reasonable nor reasoned explanation that would justify the price hiking of a necessary medication for millions. Men, women, and children will die for line someone's pocket - someone who doesn't need nor deserve such a raise. Why shouldn't such medications that have been around for 20+ years not be limited to a certain price point? Salk gave his polio vaccine for free because it was beneficial for all humanity, and Mylan is gauging American families for a similarly beneficial drug because they get more money. Stop price gouging of the epipen and insulin and other life-saving medications by setting a price standard for medications.
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Patrick C. from Bloomington, IL writes:
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It is an outrage Mylan Pharmaceuticals are holding families hostage by charging $600 for their epipen. If you have any soul left whatsoever, you must act to help famalies.
September 29, 2016
Someone from Orangevale, CA writes:
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Thanks to ObamaScare not only am I dismayed by these companies gouging us, expect your heath care premiums to increase as much as 60%. I should also mention both the wife and myself just recently found out our primary care physicians retired. One was 55 years old and my doctor was only 46. They were tired of being over regulated, over worked and underpaid.
September 29, 2016
Someone from Hoboken, NJ writes:
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Everyone should be able to afford this basic life saving device at a reasonable price!
September 29, 2016
Carolyne C. from Wayne, NJ signed.
September 29, 2016
Someone from Rosemead, CA signed.
September 29, 2016
Susan F. from New York, NY writes:
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Pharmacutical companies should not be allowed to gouge the public by overcharging for drugs. All drugs should be affordable.
September 30, 2016
Justin K. from Cleveland, OH signed.
September 30, 2016
Troy G. from Colorado Springs, CO signed.
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Scot M. from Kankakee, IL writes:
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This company should be shut down. CEO should be sent to jail.
September 30, 2016
Tedford R. from Glendora, CA signed.
October 1, 2016
Jacquelynn D. from San Antonio, TX writes:
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Can't put a price on saving a life. Especially when that price is more than the average family can afford. Mylan should be ashamed of themselves. They are nothing but greedy monsters.
October 1, 2016
Someone from Hewitt, NJ signed.
October 2, 2016
Someone from Chula Vista, CA signed.
October 2, 2016
Someone from Cleveland, OH signed.
October 3, 2016
Someone from Cedar Park, TX signed.
October 3, 2016
Nana S. from Costa Mesa, CA writes:
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Hello, My family and I are fortunate not to worry about the affordablility of the product but I find it difficult to accept Pharmaceutical companies charging so much $ when we can get this from other countries at much lesser price (ex Canada). As my rep I hope you can stend up against this big companies so they don't monopolize this industry and effect the lives of the people who are struggling. I will be keeping watch as to how the people of our community are represented. Thanks for your time.
October 4, 2016
Someone from Ringwood, NJ signed.
October 4, 2016
Someone from Ringwood, NJ signed.
October 4, 2016
Monica L. from Eastlake, OH writes:
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Even at 300 dollars when it only cost a buck of medicine it will raise our insurance premiums
October 4, 2016
Someone from Olney, MD writes:
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I think it is an outrage that the US government does not use Anti-Trust laws to break up a number of firms covering a wide spectrum of products to foster more competition and reduce prices. Healthcare is only the tip of the iceberg. Consolidations have increased tremendously as a result of easy credit and companies able to buy each other up instead of investing in future products. The areas that are most critical to people are exactly those that are targeted for monopoly type schemes exactly because demand is inelastic. This applies to health, education, food and some limited portions of the energy markets. The price of television has gone done, partly because of innovation, but also due to the fact that nobody really needs them as a first necessity. I am a firm believer in capitalism, but it is exactly the role of government to intervene with regulations in exactly these areas where the system does not work so well because of natural tendencies towards monopolies. Instead, large corporations actually write the legislation to benefit themselves and play revolving door games to for personal gain at the expense of the american people. As for Heather Bresch and Mylan, Congress should hold her in contempt for lying to them. The only thing she deserves is jail time. Back a number of years ago, she would have been tarred and feathered, or hung. There is no doubt in my mind that she has blood on her hands, including dead children because parents could not afford to purchase an epipen. I wish congress all the best in getting this woman and her corporation what they deserve. I hope that people recognize her wherever she goes, and never let her forget.
October 4, 2016
Gina M. from Wilmington, DE signed.
October 4, 2016
Someone from San Pablo, CA writes:
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I have been lucky to have gotten emergency medical intervention during some of my severe acute allergy reactions. I can't imagine not receiving what I need to live/survive.
October 5, 2016
Andrew W. from Huntersville, NC writes:
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Heather Bresch has already lied to Congress about the actual monetary gains she and Mylan have reaped at the cost of Human Life, take a look at her fellow CEO over at Yahoo http://www.foxbusiness.com/features/2016/10/04/report-yahoo-secretly-scanned-customer-emails-for-u-s-intelligence.html These 2 nefarious whores should be hung side by side, along with the phucktard Wells Fargo CEO (let's just make it ALL CEOs, as 4 out of 5 of them are bonafide psychopaths)
October 5, 2016
Someone from Rockport, TX writes:
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It's ridiculous to exploit the general public, patients, schools and providers for such an essential life saving medication. If such companies are not careful and continue, I hope legislation is enacted to allow life saving medication either automatically generic or allowing release as an over the counter purchase.
October 5, 2016
William S. from North Windham, CT signed.
October 6, 2016
Someone from Minneapolis, MN signed.