I'm all for the free market. Let supply and demand dictate price, not 7 or 10 Economic book worms. But when the price of something becomes a life or death matter, it's tough to argue against some 'price fixing', at least from my perspective.
MYLAN's CEO is on CNBC defending the 400% increase in price for the Epipen while taking home an almost 600% increase in salary over the same time. I'd be curious to know what those actually producing the product have seen their compensation grow over the same time. Perhaps 6%? It's really all about the money. That's it.