That much was true at the House Oversight Committee in September, where representatives made it clear they were tired of excuses. This is the same drug schools across the country relied on (now the subject of antitrust investigations). While the EpiPen's price rose 461% between 2007 and 2015, Bresch's salary shot up by 671%.
"The greed is astounding, it's sickening, it's disgusting," Rep. John Duncan (R-Tenn.) told Bresch to her face during the September hearing. "And I am a very conservative, pro-business Republican."
From the left, "The Socialist Senator" Bernie Sanders (D-Verm.) tweeted this in August, just as the scandal broke: "Something is very, very wrong when drug companies value their profits over the lives of their customers."
CVS just shot an arrow of shade across Mylan's bow. Here's hoping your friends don't die over a matter of $500 the next time they accidentally swallow a peanut.