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Latest Press Releases


9/22/16
Patient Safety Threatened by HHS Refusal to Close Dangerous Loophole That Allows Health Care Providers to Evade Malpractice Reporting
Statement of Dr. Michael Carome, Director, Public Citizen’s Health Research Group
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9/21/16
Public Citizen Provides a Reality Check on Mylan CEO Testimony
Mylan CEO Heather Bresch is scheduled to appear at a congressional hearing today about price gouging and the EpiPen.
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9/20/16
American EpiPen Price as Much as Nine Times Higher than in Other Wealthy Countries, Public Citizen Survey Shows
Mylan charges Americans three to nine times more for an EpiPen than the price in other wealthy countries, according to a Public Citizen survey.
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