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Mylan Pharmaceuticals

Mylan Pharmaceuticals

Mylan is a popular generic & specialty pharmaceuticals brand having its global headquarters in Canonsburg, Pennsylvania.

Additionally, the company has executive offices in Hertfordshire, United Kingdom whereas it is registered in the Netherlands.

Mylan Pharmaceuticals was established by Milan Puskar & Don Panoz in 1961 in West Virginia, United States.

As of 2015 records, the net income of the company was US$ 4.216 billion, whereas their total assets in the same year were US$ 22.267 billion. There are more than 35,000 people employed by the company across the world.

Mylan Pharmaceuticals Operations

The company controls its operations through a great variety of subsidiaries that include Mylan Pharmaceuticals ULC, Mylan Laboratories Limited, Somerset Pharmaceuticals, Mylan Technologies, Mylan New Zealand Limited, Mulan Seiyaku Limited, & Mylan Seiyaku Limited.

Additionally, they have some European divisions that are named as Generics Pharma Hellas, Qualimed, Docpharma, Acrana Arzenimttel, & Gerald Laboratories.

Mylan Pharmaceuticals Important Details

The company trade on the New York Stock Exchange under the name MYL. They also have an active listing on the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange.

Additionally, they are an active member of NASDAQ Biotechnology, NASDAQ 100, and S&P.

The major products sell by the company are active pharmaceuticals ingredients, generic and specialty pharmaceuticals.
The Chief Executive Officer of the company is Heather Bresch.

Mylan Pharmaceuticals customer care number 8998
They are the world’s second-biggest generic & specialty Pharmaceuticals Company. It has acquired many companies since its foundation.

It includes names like Matrix Laboratories Limited, Merck KGaA, &Abbott Laboratories among others.

All these acquisitions help the company to become such a big brand. They control all their operations under Dutch law.

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Dissatisfied with product

Posted on Oct 17, 2016 at 10:13 PM

JANICE WYRICK says: I am very dissatisfied with the Lidocaine Patch 5%. It does not stick for 12 hours. It falls within 10 minutes. These patches do not work.

Tom says:

Posted on Sep 10, 2016 at 01:02 AM

Mylan Pharmaceuticals is the poster boy for Big Pharma fraud. You have no heart, you have no soul, you are low life scum sucking pigs. The CEO, Heather, is nothing less than a bloody leech.
Your all evil!

Sandy C says:

Posted on Aug 30, 2016 at 06:45 PM

I just realized that I my valsartan is mfg by Mylan. I am going to ask wegman's pharmacy to get another drug mfg in place My grandson has carried an epipen for his entire life.he has severe allergies which are life threatening! He has only used it once in 14 years, but must refill and carry. I believe your unethical behavior is why this country has drug price issues??

Gayla Evers says:

Posted on Aug 27, 2016 at 12:15 AM

My great nephew, Hoyt (5 years old), became allergic to nuts this past year and neither his parents or I could afford your EpiPen, EVEN before your recent price increase. They also can't afford health insurance. Hoyt will be home schooled, but even there he should have an EpiPen close by. today he has none.

The Mylan CEO just went on tv and said everyone that needs an EpiPen can get it, however, she failed to explain to her audience on how to get it. Please advise on how we can procure this life saving product.

Thank you.
Gayla Evers, Concerned Great Aunt

Concerned Invester says:

Posted on Aug 26, 2016 at 11:14 PM

Dear Mylan,

I am very disappointed with the actions taken that have increased the cost of the epi pen dramatically. I am no longer investing in Mylan.

MSGT Matthew Poole says:

Posted on Aug 26, 2016 at 08:40 PM

What do you see when you look in the mirror in the morning? Do you have any feelings at all for your fellow humans?

Len Gingerich says:

Posted on Aug 26, 2016 at 06:45 PM

There are two primary reason's why companies and countries fail.Greed and arrogance. Mylan Pharmaceutical with the price jacking of eppi pens is a prime example. I will make sure never to use any of your products if at all possible and Karma is inflexible and MUST be met...

Jeremiah says:

Posted on Aug 26, 2016 at 05:50 PM

I don't use and of your products. What I do see is thousands of people complaining they can't afford your medicine. There's a problem your CEO can deal with. Make this your baby. Fix your pricing across the board and stop the greed. I would rather die than pay prices that I have seen on this comment board. This is disgusting and your company needs gone. Your CEO said on television the system is broken and then she adds to the problem by insanely raising prices. Why does she do this? To take advantage of a broken system blame it on the system and reep profits. This isn't hard to spot.

Kenny says:

Posted on Aug 26, 2016 at 08:29 AM

What the heck is going on. Greed exactly what it is all about Heather Bresch has a multi millionaire salary and it still not enough. Let's cut the bull. If we all made and had a million dollar salary I say fine. You all should be fired for the fact you don't care about the public let's make this perfectly clear the public pays your salary Think before you act What s joke a bunch of highway. Robbers. You all belong in jail a disgrace to human society. Stick the Epipen.

Saumil Karavad says:

Posted on Aug 26, 2016 at 05:28 AM

I just bought epipen Jr 2 pack and it was over $600. I would like for someone to contact me. This is ridiculous and price is awful high for a life saving drug.

Steve says:

Posted on Aug 26, 2016 at 03:51 AM

It boggles the mind how Mylan could raise the price of epipens by 500%, Investors should have a reasonable return on their investment but this raise in price is not reasonable, its outright blackmail. It matters not whether insurance pays the entire cost it seems that you think that the public is stupid enough to miss the fact that Insurance cost is passed on to the public. You should be ashamed of yourselves, I urge the FTC to investigate your apparent monopoly on emergency epi-injectors and further encourage the FDA to enact controls and and congress to enact legislation to prevent this type of extortion. Its time for the public to rise up against big pharma! I wish you no ill, just that you should have your costs to rise for everything you purchase by the 500%.

pam Sykes says:

Posted on Aug 26, 2016 at 02:38 AM

Dear Mylan,
As a health care provider I find your price gouging of epipens unethical and uncaring. Coupons and excuses are not enough to restore your reputation. Do the right thing.

beverly berges says:

Posted on Aug 25, 2016 at 11:39 PM

Tell the ceo, heather bresch, to take responsibility for her actions! Saying that the almost 500% price for epipen is not her responsibility, is, at the least, a very lame reason for the increase. "Blame the system." What’s wrong with her? Is it coincidence that she received a %647% salary increase (cnn) at the same time the price increase went into effect? How does she sleep at night? People will die since they can no longer afford an epipen. In some cases (a two-pack, for instance) is more than some people's home mortgage payment! She might want to take a stand against "the system" rather than take a gi-normos income increase. Shame on her and shame on mylan! This example is a very bad example of what Americans have become. Greedy!

John says:

Posted on Aug 25, 2016 at 12:19 AM

Your scumbag 19 million dollar CEO should die a slow painful death for the disgusting price of the epipen. Forty percent of company profits made on the backs of people who need this product to possibly save their lives is unconscionable. Enjoy your caviar now because you will absolutely be judged later.

Randall Martens says:

Posted on Aug 24, 2016 at 09:10 PM

The Epi Pen price increase is a threat to my life. I am violently allergic to bee and wasp stings and have had to use an Eppi Pen on several occasions. I am on a fixed income and cannot afford to keep 2 on hand at the current cost. Sometimes there are things more important than profit.

john dillon says:

Posted on Aug 24, 2016 at 06:24 AM

At least company execs got a 600% raise to look at the bright side of this price increase on Epinephrine. They can afford a larger boat.

Francis Harrington says:

Posted on Aug 24, 2016 at 04:03 AM

I have a BIG problem with the recent EpiPen price increase. Yet another example of American corporate greed. It's sickening. What a pack of nasty, greedy cold-hearted pricks.

Susanna says:

Posted on Aug 17, 2016 at 04:36 AM

1 out of every 13 kids need an Epipen. The price has gone up nearly 500% since 2009.

The actual drug (Epinephrine) is inexpensive.
What families are paying exorbitantly for is the pen that delivers it.
They have to replace the pen once a year.

In 2009, pharmacies paid $100 for two pens.
Then you at Mylan Pharmaceutical acquired the product.
The price was raised to over $600!!
I wish you would lower the price of EpiPen back to a reasonable amount, so that all who need it will be able to afford it!
Stop profiting from the skin of folks with disease!
Be a responsible enterprise. Do what is right!

Marie says:

Posted on Aug 14, 2016 at 05:21 AM

I started taking Risedronate 150 mg. Are there any lab test(s) I can ask my doctor for to determine if the medication is working? I get a DEXA every 2 years. Thanks for assistance.

SANDY says:

Posted on Aug 05, 2016 at 12:25 AM

I can not type the brand name of armodafinil on this screen. A certain vowel which comes after "t" can not typed. I called cvs today and they quoted a cost of a 30 day supply of nvigil 250 mg. For $466.64, and your generic armodafinil was way over $600!. They mentioned they had your product but no one was ordering it!. I then called call your customer service and they said they have no control over cvs prices!. Please address.

cirel egelman says:

Posted on Jul 30, 2016 at 08:57 PM

Your current Lidocaine patches are quite different. They do not adhere to the skin. They do not mitigate my severe pain. Something is very wrong with them. Please contact me.

719-579-6641. Is it a faulty batch? What has happened?

Anita DeCaro says:

Posted on Jun 30, 2016 at 01:38 AM

I am writing because my husband's medication - CarbioDopa Levadopa Entacap man fact red by Mylan has been increased from $263.50 for a 90 day supply to $1,182.50.

Do you offer assistance?
Sorry but the letter does not work in this box.

linda ludwig says:

Posted on May 25, 2016 at 01:17 AM

I have Parkinson's disease. I take Carbidova-Levadopa-Entacapone 37.5-150-200 MG.

When I refilled my RX this week, the price had gone p 4x vs. the prior RX.This is a generic product. Why the steep increase? Those of s with Parkinson's have high expenses and to raise the price 4x is not right! We have been reading of the greed of drug companies and this is just another example of that. What can yo do to restore the previous price for this generic product??

Lonetta Simon says:

Posted on May 11, 2016 at 06:03 AM

I use your generic brand depakote 250mg. I was told by the pharmacist that its discontinued. This is the only brand of depakote that doesn't causes me to seize. I've been using this medicine for almost 6 yrs after going through brain surgery for a mass that cause me to have a seizure disorder. Every other brand of depakote has caused me to have horrible seizures that left me with black eyes, bruised cheeks, I've bite my tongue and lips til it hurts to eat, and so much more. Please continue to make this medicine for my kids. They need me. If you don't mind feel free to contact me please.

carol wooten says:

Posted on Mar 23, 2016 at 11:48 PM

I have a medicare advantage plan "coverntry". I have severe copd
& take a vial of neb 083% every 4 hrs. Atena bills medicare $259 for 180 vials! Can I get it cheaper from mylan direct? Got it cheaper in 2015, Thank you, Carol

David says:

Posted on Mar 12, 2016 at 12:23 PM

I have been prescribed the Fentanyl 100 mcg/hr for almost 3 years & they have given me my life back. Since 3-3-2016 when I opened the first of my 2 boxes for 30 days, I have had one problem after another. 3-3-16 patch #1 did ok, 3-6-16 #2 only lasted 54 hrs., 3-9-16 #3 came off after 2 hrs. & did not stick again ( threw in toilet), had to replace it with #4. That's 4 patches in 6 days, I need someone to call me & tell me how I can get the other 6 to last 24 days. I'm not trying to be smart, I really need to know how to do this. I've never had a problem with any patch in 3 years, I did notice that these are different patches from what I have been getting for the past 3 years & they are not close to what the old ones were. Please have someone call me on 3-14-16 before 11:00a.m. @ 205-799-6327. Thanks & I'll be waiting for the call, David Tillery.

John collins says:

Posted on Jan 31, 2016 at 08:28 AM

Hello my name is John collins, I have been taking the generic medication bubuprennophine for approx. 2 yrs. Now. It works for arthritis as well as vertigo it is exellent medication however, I can no longer afford it. Can help me in some way with the cost. Thank you

Judy D. Boasso says:

Posted on Nov 22, 2015 at 05:00 AM

Defective Lidocaine patch 5%
Hello, I need to speak to someone in handling the return of a 30 pack of the Lidociane patches. Please contact me ASAP Monday Nov. 23; that we may discuss how this return may be handled. My son Needs his prescription filled at another pharmacy that carries a product that stays in place. I was told by the Pharmacy that I must initiate the issue for their and my whatever manner your Company may handle this.
My son's prescription needs to be honored at another pharmacy ASAP.
Thank you

Steven P. Cohen says:

Posted on Nov 14, 2015 at 12:53 AM

I recently began using your Fluorouracil 5% Topical Cream, manufactured by Valiant Pharmaceuticals, Lot 8076681 Exp 11/2017. When I punctured the tube, the cream was very liquid and ran out freely. It is less so now that I have used some of the product, but I am concerned about the effectiveness of this medication. Does the condition described indicate that the cream is not as effective as I would expect. I took care to assure that the tube was not exposed to any temperature excursion beyond your published limits. As I am using this to address some pre-cancer skin conditions, I would like to know if there is reason to suspect its efficacy.


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