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Medicare Law Causes Roche To Hesitate On Oncology Price Increases

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Roche and Genentech were "circumspect" about implementing price increases given the confusion over Medicare reimbursement, Roche Worldwide Pharmaceuticals Head Burns says. European prices for the companies' oncology products drop.

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