German Pharma Firms Face Yet Another Price Control Measure
This article was originally published in The Pink Sheet Daily
The association of statutory health insurance physicians in the state of Lower Saxony has demanded that by the end of the year, doctors in their region must cut €99 per day from their drug prescription bills.
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