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High school students open-source Shkreli's pricey HIV drug

TUAW Thursday, 1 December 2016
High school students open-source Shkreli's pricey HIV drugAustralian high school students have done "a little Breaking Bad" by synthesizing and effectively open-sourcing the drug famously hiked 5,000 percent in price by "pharma bro" Martin Shkreli. The drug they recreated, Daraprim, is used to treat infecti...
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