CVS said today it’s planning to sell a generic EpiPen competitor at a fraction of the price. Under pressure from lawmakers and the public last year, Mylan announced a generic version of the life-saving auto-injector at a list price of $300. CVS Health says its version will sell for only $110. That’s down significantly from the $600 Mylan had been charging. USA Today has more about the announcement.
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