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Medicare Coverage Decision For Amyvid Due July 2013

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At Lilly’s request, CMS has agreed to consider expanding the positron imaging tomography tracers that can be covered by Medicare to include agents for imaging beta-amyloid plaques when diagnosing dementia and other neurodegenerative disease.

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