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German Pharma Industry Cries Foul As Preliminary Evaluation Of AMNOG Suggests It Works

This article was originally published in The Pink Sheet Daily

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Germany’s powerful health care watchdog G-BA, in its first full opinion on early added benefit assessment of medicines, says the process is fair and promotes real drug innovation, in sharp contrast to the biopharma industry which maintains it is a cost-cutting tool wielded by health insurance funds.

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