Martin Shkreli rattled by Sydney high schoolers who cooked $2 malaria pills

‘Pharma bro’ who hiked the price of Daraprim by 5,000% goes on defensive after year 11 students make same life-saving drug in their school laboratory

The “pharma bro” who increased the price of a life-saving medicine, Daraprim, by 5,000% has been rattled by a group of Australian school students who managed to make the same drug for $2 per pill.

Former hedge fund manager Martin Shkreli last year bought Turing Pharmaceuticals and almost immediately increased the price of the drug – which has been off-patent since the 1970s – from US$13.50 to US$750 a tablet.

Related: Australian students recreate Martin Shkreli price-hike drug in school lab

@nedavanovac lol how is that showing anyone up? almost any drug can be made at small scale for a low price. glad it makes u feel good tho.

These kids who ‘made Daraprim’ reminds me of Ahmed who ‘made the clock’. Dumb journalists want a feel good story.

I made a short statement on the Australian students:
You can also watch recording chemistry lessons on my channel!

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