Pharma douche, Martin Shkreli was hated by the masses in 2015 for hording the one-of-a-kind Wutang Clan album all to himself. But we was even more despised when he took affordable, life-saving HIV medication Daraprim from $13.50 to $750.

However, it seems that a group of Australian high school students were able to recreate and remake the same exact pill for only $2. In their school lab, they produced 3.7 grams of Pyramethamine compound for a very cheap price.

"It makes sense that if you’re putting billions of dollars into research for a drug like this, you should be able to reap some profit, but to do something like this … it’s just not just,” Milan Leonard from The Sydney Grammar School said. You've got to love 17-year-old high school heroes.