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HHS Rx Price Negotiations Could Gain Bipartisan Support, Consultant Says

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Congress will move to strike down the Medicare Rx law's "non-interference" provision in the next two years, former Senate Finance Committee health advisor Kathleen Means said at the Biotechnology Industry Organization's annual conference in San Francisco June 9

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