I know you said that facetiously, but the market would take care of it very quickly ... if the U.S. government would stop actively preventing that from happening.
The very same EpiPens which sell for hundreds of dollars in the USA can be had in Europe & Canada for less than $100. In a free market, these price differences could not possibly exist. People in the USA would just drive across the border to buy them or pay shipping costs to get them from a foreign supplier. Prices would have to reach an equilibrium because nobody would pay the ridiculously inflated USA price for the same product.
Why doesn't this happen you ask? Because the U.S. government makes it ILLEGAL to import or even re-import these products, or any other prescription medications for that matter. Remove the government ban and the market would indeed take care of it. Maybe folks in Europe and Canada would have to pay a little more, but USA customers would pay a lot less.
Then there's the whole multi-million dollar FDA barrier to entry for domestic competitors.
Government is the problem.