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Alexion’s Soliris Blood Treatment Will Cost Almost $400,000 Per Year

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Alexion Pharmaceuticals is launching its paroxysmal nocturnal hemoglubinuria Soliris (eculizumab) with a treatment support service with case managers to help facilitate reimbursement

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