A Thought about EpiPen
There is no justification for an Epipen to cost $600 when its already profitable to $10. The executives at Mylan knew some people would die because they can’t afford the steep new price. They also know that many of those people will be children. The kids who perish will not be known personally by any of these wealthy executives. So the decision was made to let unknown strangers die in exchange for more money. This decision was made in boardrooms under the gaze of doctors (who swore the hippocratic oath), the AMA, FDA.
Epipen reminds me of a Twilight Zone episode which posed the question, if you were given a button that when pressed will pay you a million dollars but kill another person somewhere, someone who you do not know, would you press it? The Epipen people pressed it, would you?