Martin Shkreli, whose claim to fame was hiking the price of a lifesaving drug by more than 5,000 percent, is fighting back against the pharma industry. After an advertising campaign launched by the Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of America (PhRMA) seeking to distance the industry from Shkreli and improve its reputation, Shkreli launched a website attacking the records of other PhRMA members, according to c|net.
The website Pharmaskeletons.com lists the alleged price hikes, criminal behavior and general misdeeds of more than two dozen well-known pharmaceuticals companies, the story said. "Look in the mirror," Shkreli says on the site. "Pharma is a wonderful industry that does great things, but trying to throw me under the bus is foolish."
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