Pharmacy college students at the University of South Florida are refusing to let a professor teach them the science of drug interactions.
The students have joined forces with a number of other pharmacy students in the fight against the pharmaceutical company Pfizer.
The group said they were upset that Pfizer is using a company called Cialis to market a drug, EpiPen, and that the drug is made by a company known as Boehringer Ingelheim.
They have been protesting for more than a week.
The students have posted videos on social media and posted a petition demanding the university divest from the pharmaceutical companies.
The petition has garnered more than 8,000 signatures.
“Cialis is the worst drug ever created,” one student said in a video.
“This drug kills millions.
It’s just a scam.”
In a separate video, one of the students said that Boehrig has used its monopoly power to “buy” a drug that kills people at high rates.
The video was shared by the student newspaper, The College Fix.
It was unclear why Pfizer and Cialistin, which is the generic name of EpiPens, were listed in the petition.
Pfizer did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
Pfizer’s Cialiscin drug is used to treat allergies and asthma, and is sold in several other countries.
Boehradin, the brand name of the drug, is used in the United States and has been used since the 1960s.