How FDR responded to the "day of infamy"
Students have made “The Dirt Bag” Martin Shkreli's $750 drug in their chem lab for just $2
A group of high school students in Australia has now created 3.7 grams of Daraprim's active ingredient in their chemistry lab for just $20 - an amount that would sell in the US for between $35,000 and $110,000 at the current rate charged by Shkreli's company.
Last year, hedge-fund manager Martin Shkreli made headlines for all the wrong reasons when he bought anti-parasitic drug Daraprim and jacked up the price overnight from $US13.50 to $750 a tablet.
A man's prostate cancer has disappeared with an experimental treatment
This is promising.