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

Martin 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 ...

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

Pharmaceutical 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 ...

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

Pharmaceutical 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, ...

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

Students 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 ...

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

Martin 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 ...