The 6 drugs with prices under congressional investigation

The House Oversight Committee is holding hearings Sept. 30 and Oct. 1 for drugmaker CEOs to testify about pricing practices, according to STAT.

The hearings come as part of an 18-month investigation first led by the late Rep. Elijah Cummings, D-Md., in 2019. 

Below are the six drugs the committee included in its probe, according to STAT:

  1. Revlimid, a multiple myeloma drug manufactured by Bristol Myers Squibb
  2. Copaxone, a multiple sclerosis drug manufactured by Teva
  3. Enbrel, an autoimmune disease drug manufactured by Amgen
  4. Sensipar, a secondary hyperparathyroidism drug manufactured by Amgen
  5. H.P. Acthar, hormone gel manufactured by Mallinckrodt
  6. Gleevec, a chemotherapy drug manufactured by Novartis

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