Austin,Texas (PR MediaRelease) August 25, 2016 - “Texas pharmacists are very concerned and disappointed with the impact on patients that has been created by the rising cost of EpiPens – a life-saving epinephrine medication,” said Rene Garza, Pharm.D., president of the Texas Pharmacy Association (TPA) and owner of Stonegate Pharmacy in Austin. “As a pharmacist, I often hear the frustration from patients about the high cost of their medications like what has happened with Mylan’s EpiPen. Unfortunately, manufacturer-driven price increases such as this is becoming all too common and unacceptable!”
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