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Australian schoolchildren make expensive HIV drug for a dime - Times of India;

Australian schoolchildren make expensive HIV drug for a dime - Times of India

Times of IndiaAustralian schoolchildren make expensive HIV drug for a dimeTimes of IndiaSYDNEY: A group of Australian schoolchildren working on a shoestring budget have recreated the HIV drug whose price was controversially jacked up 5000% by a former hedge fund manager. US company Turing Pharmaceuticals' former chief Martin Shkreli ...and more »

Martin Shkreli Swung At Those Sydney Students In A Salty AF Livestream - Pedestrian TV;

Martin Shkreli Swung At Those Sydney Students In A Salty AF Livestream - Pedestrian TV

Pedestrian TVMartin Shkreli Swung At Those Sydney Students In A Salty AF LivestreamPedestrian TVThe infamous 'Pharma Bro' Martin Shkreli has, once again, taken potshots at a group of Sydney Grammar students who successfully emulated small quantities of the hugely pricey drug Daraprim for very little financial outlay. During a livestream held on ...and more »

Australian students recreate Martin Shkreli price-hike drug - euronews;

Australian students recreate Martin Shkreli price-hike drug - euronews

euronewsAustralian students recreate Martin Shkreli price-hike drugeuronewsThe man who became a global figure of greed after hiking the price of a life-saving drug by 5000 percent in the US, may have just met his match. Last year, US entrepreneur Martin Shkreli bought Turing Pharmaceuticals and almost immediately increased ...and more »

High school students cheaply reproduced a drug that sells for $750 a dose - Popular Science;

High school students cheaply reproduced a drug that sells for $750 a dose - Popular Science

Popular ScienceHigh school students cheaply reproduced a drug that sells for $750 a dosePopular ScienceMartin Shkreli, the hedge fund manager-turned-pharmacological profiteer, rocketed into the national consciousness on the back of an astronomical drug price increase. Daraprim is a medicine used to treat toxoplasmosis, particularly in patients with HIV ...and more »

Schoolkids Remake $750 Malaria Drug for $2 - Scientific American;

Schoolkids Remake $750 Malaria Drug for $2 - Scientific American

Scientific AmericanSchoolkids Remake $750 Malaria Drug for $2Scientific AmericanMartin Shkreli, left, former CEO of Turing Pharmaceuticals, leaves a House Oversight and Government Reform Committee in Rayburn Building on 'methods and reasoning behind recent drug price increases,' after invoking his Fifth Amendment right against ...and more »

'Pharma Bro' Shkreli livestreams Q&A rant over schoolkids' drug invention (VIDEO) - RT;

'Pharma Bro' Shkreli livestreams Q&A rant over schoolkids' drug invention (VIDEO) - RT

RT'Pharma Bro' Shkreli livestreams Q&A rant over schoolkids' drug invention (VIDEO)RTPharmaceutical executive Martin Shkreli has posted a video response to Australian schoolkids who recreated his company's malaria pill for a tiny fraction of its price, as well as launching into a Twitter tirade over their project. TrendsViral. Shkreli ...and more »

Australian Teens Replicate Martin Shkreli's HIV Drug for $2 - TeenVogue.com;

Australian Teens Replicate Martin Shkreli's HIV Drug for $2 - TeenVogue.com

TeenVogue.comAustralian Teens Replicate Martin Shkreli's HIV Drug for $2TeenVogue.comPharmaceutical executive Martin Shkreli angered pretty much the entire world when he changed the prices of a drug that treats HIV from $13.50 per tablet to a whopping $750 per tablet. In September, Martin increased the price of the drug Daraprim, ...and more »

Martin Shkreli Now Praising Kids Who Made Cheap Drug - Newser;

Martin Shkreli Now Praising Kids Who Made Cheap Drug - Newser

NewserMartin Shkreli Now Praising Kids Who Made Cheap DrugNewser(Newser) – A bunch of Aussie schoolkids produced a $2-a-pill version of a super-expensive anti-parasitic drug ($750 per dose), and the man behind the latter drug's huge price hike is now praising their efforts, Reuters reports. In a YouTube video ...and more »

High school kids create $2 dose of Martin Shkreli's $750 drug Daraprim - RedOrbit;

High school kids create $2 dose of Martin Shkreli's $750 drug Daraprim - RedOrbit

RedOrbitHigh school kids create $2 dose of Martin Shkreli's $750 drug DaraprimRedOrbitA life-saving drug at the center of a 2015 price-gouging controversy when one pharmaceutical CEO increased its price by 5,000% has been recreated by a group of Australian students in the chemistry lab at their school for just $20 per pill, according to ...and more »

Australian high school students recreate Martin Shkreli's $750 pill for just $2 - The Frisky;

Australian high school students recreate Martin Shkreli's $750 pill for just $2 - The Frisky

The FriskyAustralian high school students recreate Martin Shkreli's $750 pill for just $2The FriskyThis week, students from Sydney Grammar school in Australia successfully recreated the active ingredients of Martin Shrkeli's $750 pill, at just $20 for 3.7 grams, or $2 per pill. The students, with support from the Open Source Malaria project by the ...and more »

Martin Shkreli Downplays Students Who Recreate His Drug - NBC Chicago;

Martin Shkreli Downplays Students Who Recreate His Drug - NBC Chicago

NBC ChicagoMartin Shkreli Downplays Students Who Recreate His DrugNBC ChicagoDo you expect a wave when you stop to let a pedestrian cross the street in front of your car? Yes; No; Does not apply. Privacy policy · NEWSLETTERS. Receive the latest national-international updates in your inbox. Email. Privacy policy | More ...and more »

Abstracts: Amazon Deforestation, Martin Shkreli, Pipelines, and More - Undark Magazine;

Abstracts: Amazon Deforestation, Martin Shkreli, Pipelines, and More - Undark Magazine

Undark MagazineAbstracts: Amazon Deforestation, Martin Shkreli, Pipelines, and MoreUndark Magazine... • Last year, pharmaceutical executive Martin Shkreli caused outrage when he hiked the price of the drug Daraprim — used to treat malaria and other types of infections — to $750 a pill. This week, a group of high school students in Australia ...and more »

Student who helped re-create drug hits back at Martin Shkreli's snarky tweets - MetroNews Canada;

Student who helped re-create drug hits back at Martin Shkreli's snarky tweets - MetroNews Canada

MetroNews CanadaStudent who helped re-create drug hits back at Martin Shkreli's snarky tweetsMetroNews CanadaA group of Australian students re-created the key ingredient in Daraprim, a life-saving drug that Shkreli hiked in cost by 5,000 per cent. Share on Facebook. Tweet · Reddit this! A. A. Report an Error. Share via Email. Print. Martin Shkreli, who used ...and more »

Schoolchildren just recreated Martin Shkreli's HIV drug for £1.60 a dose - Metro;

Schoolchildren just recreated Martin Shkreli's HIV drug for £1.60 a dose - Metro

MetroSchoolchildren just recreated Martin Shkreli's HIV drug for £1.60 a doseMetroSchoolchildren have recreated a HIV drug on sale for £594 in the US for just £1.60 a dose. Britain's Prince Harry takes an HIV test alongside singer Rihanna to highlight World AIDS Day in Prince Harry is asked awkward sex questions as he takes HIV test ...and more »

High School Students Make $750 Drug for $2 - Newsmax;

High School Students Make $750 Drug for $2 - Newsmax

NewsmaxHigh School Students Make $750 Drug for $2NewsmaxA team of Australian high school students recreated the drug Daraprim for just $2 a pill in order to prove how cheap it is to make. Last fall, U.S. biotech executive Martin Shkreli sparked outrage when he boosted the price of the drug by more than 4 ...and more »

High School Students Replicate Martin Shkreli's $750 Malaria Drug Daraprim For $2 - Tech Times;

High School Students Replicate Martin Shkreli's $750 Malaria Drug Daraprim For $2 - Tech Times

Tech TimesHigh School Students Replicate Martin Shkreli's $750 Malaria Drug Daraprim For $2Tech TimesStudents from Sydney Grammar School in Australia were able to replicate the active ingredient in Turing Pharmaceuticals' malaria drug Daraprim in the school lab. The drug they produced costs only about $2 per dose. ( The University Of Sydney ).and more »

HS Students Make $750 Daraprim Drug for Under $2 - Pharmaceutical Processing;

HS Students Make $750 Daraprim Drug for Under $2 - Pharmaceutical Processing

Pharmaceutical ProcessingHS Students Make $750 Daraprim Drug for Under $2Pharmaceutical ProcessingStudents started with inexpensive chemicals (left) and made the sample of Daraprim (pictured right). Credit: University of Sydney). Breaking good: School students make costly drug cheaply using open source approach. Sydney students, under the ...and more »

School kids recreate Pharma Bro's $750 AIDS drug for just $1 - PinkNews;

School kids recreate Pharma Bro's $750 AIDS drug for just $1 - PinkNews

PinkNewsSchool kids recreate Pharma Bro's $750 AIDS drug for just $1PinkNewsA group of school kids from Australia have managed to recreate the active ingredient in a drug which was price-gouged by 'Pharma Bro' Martin Shkreli. Shkreli became wildly unpopular last year when his company bought the rights to Daraprim, which is ...and more »

If high-school kids in Australia can replicate a $750 drug for $2, why is it still so expensive to buy? - Quartz;

If high-school kids in Australia can replicate a $750 drug for $2, why is it still so expensive to buy? - Quartz

QuartzIf high-school kids in Australia can replicate a $750 drug for $2, why is it still so expensive to buy?QuartzMartin Shkreli has been the butt of many jokes. The latest one comes from a group of high-school students in Australia. Shkreli is the former CEO of Turing Pharmaceuticals, which in 2015 raised the price of the drug Daraprim by 5,000%, from $13.50 per ...and more »

Australian teens recreate Martin Shkreli's overpriced $750 pill for only $2 - Study International News;

Australian teens recreate Martin Shkreli's overpriced $750 pill for only $2 - Study International News

Study International NewsAustralian teens recreate Martin Shkreli's overpriced $750 pill for only $2Study International NewsA team of high schoolers in Australia have managed to reproduce Daraprim, a life-saving anti-parasitic drug, for a mere fraction of its US$750 sticker price. In a bid to highlight the drug's inflated cost, the Sydney Grammar students, aged 16 to 17 ...and more »