PhRMA Concerned About Extent Of Proposed Federal Health Board’s Authority
This article was originally published in The Pink Sheet Daily
PhRMA President Billy Tauzin says it would be a “real problem” if HHS Secretary-designate Tom Daschle’s proposed federal health board made decisions that should be left to doctors and patients.
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