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Bristol at impasse with ADAPs

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Negotiations between Bristol-Myers Squibb and coalition of state AIDS Drug Assistance Program directors has "stalled," Treatment Action Group Representative Robert Camp says during Bristol Reyataz advisory committee meeting. "I am here to express profound disappointment at BMS' failure to negotiate serious price discounts and freezes in good faith with state and territorial ADAP directors." Bristol is one of three HIV therapy manufacturers who has not yet reached an agreement with the state AIDS program; other companies include Pfizer/Agouron and GlaxoSmithKline (1"The Pink Sheet" April 28, In Brief)...

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