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Prescription Drug Pricing Reduction Act

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AZ and Novartis ‘most exposed’ to Senate pricing proposals

AZ and Novartis ‘most exposed’ to Senate pricing proposals

In a research note, Jefferies say that among all the elements in the Prescription Drug Pricing Reduction Act (PDPRA) that cleared the Senate Finance Committee last week it is the restructuring ... Currently, pharma subsidises the coverage gap by

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  • PhRMA opposed to Senate drug price control plans PhRMA opposed to Senate drug price control plans

    prescription drug benefit that could save $85bn over the next decade, according to its backers. ... The bill – backed by Republican Senator Chuck Grassley and Democrat Ron Wyden and called the Prescription Drug Pricing Reduction Act – was backed by

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