Cigna, CVS bolster EpiPen rivals
Cigna has stopped coverage for $600 EpiPens and CVS Pharmacy has dramatically lowered prices for a competing device with a different brand name.
The health insurance company Cigna stopped coverage for $600 EpiPens and pharmacy chain CVS dramatically lowered prices for a competing device with a different brand name, dealing a blow to the EpiPen maker Mylan. (CNBC)
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