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German Pharma Fears Drug Prescribing Report Will Be Used To Force Down Prices Again

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Drug makers in Germany say this year’s widely-referenced Pharmaceutical Prescribing Report contains misleading data and warn it will be used to suppress prices even further, stifling innovation and restricting patient access to drugs.

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