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Merck Victrelis Glowing Recommendation From NICE At Odds With IQWiG

This article was originally published in The Pink Sheet Daily

Executive Summary

The contrasting views in Germany and England for the hepatitis C product underscore the difference between IQWiG’s purely scientific assessment and NICE’s focus on cost-effectiveness.

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