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Some Teenagers Recreated Martin Shkreli's Crazy-Expensive Drug For $20

Huffington Post Thursday, 1 December 2016 ()
When Martin Shkreli, the former CEO of Turing Pharmaceuticals, hiked up the price of a life-saving medication, one group of high school students saw an opportunity to do good.

Eight teenagers from Sydney Grammar School in Australia have collaborated with scientists from the University of Sydney to reproduce the active...
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News video: Teenagers Recreate $750 Martin Shkreli Drug for $2 a Dose

Teenagers Recreate $750 Martin Shkreli Drug for $2 a Dose 01:16

A group of Australian students say they recreated the active ingredient in life-saving drug Daraprim for a fraction of its U.S. price.

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