Tell President Obama to Break Up the Big Pharma Monopolies
For the tens of millions of Americans who suffer from asthma or life threatening allergies, EpiPens are an essential source of security. In an emergency, they can mean the difference between life and death.
But for the giant pharmaceutical corporation Mylan, EpiPens are a source of profits. Since Mylan bought the rights to EpiPen in 2007, they've increased the cost by 400 percent— while their CEO's pay went up by 671 percent. It's time to demand that our government fight back to protect our health. Join us in calling on President Obama and the FDA to take action now to end abusive monopolies and rein in the skyrocketing prices of lifesaving medications like EpiPens.
To: President Obama