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More Oncology Drugs Available In U.S., But Australians Pay 30% Less - Tufts Study

This article was originally published in The Pink Sheet Daily

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The evidence-based approach adopted by Australia has led to lower prices, improving the affordability of those medications considered cost-effective for payers and patients by the reimbursement authority, the report says.

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