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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 ...and more »

High school heroes recreate the pill Martin Shkreli priced at $750 for a measly $20 - The Next Web

Martin Shkreli swiftly earned transcontinental enmity when back in 2015 the 'pharma bro' jacked up the prices of life-saving HIV medication Daraprim from a modest $13.50 to an astronomical $750 overnight. But now it seems an ambitious group of ...and more »

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 ...and more »

How a group of Aussie students took down Martin Shkreli - NEWS.com.au

REMEMBER Martin Shkreli, the insufferably smug millionaire known as the “world's most hated man”? Some high school students just took him down. news.com.auDecember 1, 201612:53pm. Martin Shkreli has been outsmarted by a group of teens.and more »

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

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 ...and more »

High school students open-source Shkreli's pricey HIV drug - Engadget

Australian high school students have done "a little Breaking Bad" by synthesizing and effectively open-sourcing the drug famously hiked 5,000 percent in price by "pharma bro" Martin Shkreli. The drug they recreated, Daraprim, is used to treat infection ...and more »

Australian students recreate Martin Shkreli price-hike drug in school lab - The Guardian

Sydney Grammar students create HIV and malaria drug Daraprim in their school laboratory, putting results online. • Martin Shkreli rattled by Sydney high schoolers who cooked $2 malaria pills · Melissa Davey · @MelissaLDavey. Wed 30 Nov 2016 21.04 EST ...and more »

Martin Shkreli-hiked drug Daraprim recreated by Australian schoolboys for $20 a pill - The Independent

A group of Australian schoolboys are giving notorious hedge fund manager and “pharma bro” Martin Shkreli a run for his money. The year 11 boys from Sydney Grammar managed to recreate the drug Daraprim – commonly prescribed to people with HIV – for ...and more »

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

Martin Shkreli increased the price of the antiparasitic drug Daraprim (pyrimethamine) by more than 5,000 percent after buying Turing Pharmaceuticals, raising it from $13.50 to $ 750 per tablet. High school students in Australia have produced the same ...and more »

Sydney schoolboys take down Martin Shkreli, the 'most hated man in the world' - The Sydney Morning Herald

Martin Shkreli was the ''big pharma bro" who outraged the world by hiking the price of an essential drug from $US13.50 ($18) to $US750 a tablet. Now a handful of year 11 students in Sydney have shown him up, cooking the same drug in their school lab ...and more »