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CMS Proposal To Expand Aprepitant Coverage Could Also Benefit Tesaro’s Rolapitant

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CMS’ proposed update to its Medicare Part B National Coverage Determination would provide payment for aprepitant when used for patients receiving moderately emetogenic chemotherapy, not just highly emetogenic treatments.

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