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Health secretary’s ‘rip off’ remarks anger UK pharma

Health secretary’s ‘rip off’ remarks anger UK pharma

Negotiations over the pricing and reimbursement for the drug have been going on for two years, with both sides claiming they have made exceptional offers. ... they need instead to accept the deal and supply the drug right now.”.

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