A pharmacy is offering EpiPens to people in nursing homes.
But that’s not how the drug is being sold in many areas.
The EpiPak is the only prescription drug available in many nursing homes that are not affiliated with a major pharmacy chain.
That’s because the brand’s price has skyrocketed since the start of the year, and even the most trusted pharmacies that are in some areas of the country are no longer able to make a profit.
The cost of EpiPs has more than doubled over the past year.
At least one doctor is not able to afford the cost of the drug, which has been a source of great anxiety for people who work in nursing care.
But even with that, the drug has proven to be more popular than ever.
The number of people who take EpiPrescribing, a nationwide program that has become a mainstay of health care, increased in April from 2.6 million to 4.4 million, according to the nonprofit Kaiser Family Foundation.
A recent survey by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services found that more than a quarter of people over 65 in the U.S. use the drug.
But even with the increasing demand, many nursing home residents have little choice but to get the drug from pharmacies or hospitals, even when they are willing to pay more.
Many are not able or willing to buy a prescription for a drug that’s being sold at a steep price.
And even if they did, many people may have difficulty accessing it.
The cost per Epi Pak has soared to more than $2,000 in some states, the same as the average cost of a prescription drug, according, the pharmacy chain that is selling it.
Even if people can get Epi Prescribing at a pharmacy, they are not being offered a full prescription and can’t be reimbursed for the cost.
The EpiMed, a subsidiary of the pharmaceutical company, is selling the drug in several states including Illinois, Georgia and South Carolina.
But there are no pharmacy chains that sell it in other states, such as Florida and Texas.
And the EpiCaps, the only generic version, is still unavailable in some parts of the U