Symjepi List Price Undercuts Mylan and Teva EpiPen Generic Epinephrine Auto-Injectors


Yesterday, Sandoz announced via press release that the 0.3mg “adult” version of their emergency epinephrine device had launched to the institutional sector. It should be noted that Symjepi is not a traditional auto-injector; it is a prefilled syringe that must be placed and activated by pressing a plunger in a manner similar to other syringes.

According to FiercePharma, the device has launched with a list price of $250 per pair. The price undercuts the list price of EpiPen generics from Mylan and Teva by $50, putting downward pressure on emergency epinephrine pricing.

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The list price is what consumers without health insurance pay. Insured consumers may instead pay a lower copay depending on their coverage.

We are awaiting the launch of a consumer site and user video dedicated to Symjepi. Once they become available, we will report here on

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