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PhRMA Urges Caution In Implementing Part D “Trial-Size” Prescriptions

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The Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of America, as well as pharmacy and PBM groups, recommend that CMS test its proposed policy to institute trial-size prescriptions before implementing it on a widespread basis to Medicare Part D.

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