Epi-Pen isn't the only emergency medicine skyrocketing in price
The Epi-Pen, and its maker Mylan Pharmaceuticals, have been all over the news as of late.
Its price - which has gone from $93.88 to $608.61 since 2007 - has sparked outrage from a number of members of Congress, Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton, and the general public.
But price hikes on crucial emergency medicine go far beyond the Epi-Pen.
Naloxone, a drug that instantly reverses opioid overdoses, has been skyrocketing in price for years. And Mylan, the company behind the Epi-Pen, is involved in the naloxone price hikes as well.