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Stelara And Firmagon Suffer Setbacks In Draft NICE Appraisals

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Janssen has until Jan. 17 to argue the cost-effectiveness of Stelara in the additional indication, psoriatic arthritis, while Ferring faces a restricted indication recommendation for Firmagon.

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