150 Dollar Drug Made By Kids For Only Two Bucks
I’m sure most of you are familiar with Martin Shkreli, the young scumf**k of a CEO who charged $750 for Daraprim, a life-saving drug used for treating malaria patients.
Turns out that Australian high school students were able to recreate the exact same drug for only two dollars!
So if a bunch of high school students can create the same drug for just two bucks, why can't most other pharmaceutical companies do the same and give Martin Shkreli a run for his money?
Capitalism-hating leftists will argue, of course, that "Big Bad Pharma" is run by evil, greedy capitalists who want to squeeze poor patients dry through price gouging in order to make big bad