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U.K.’s NICE Backs Esbriet, Xolair And Orencia After Getting Price Discounts

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In a day of three positive recommendations helped by discounts, Bristol’s Orencia for rheumatoid arthritis, Novartis’ Xolair for Asthma and InterMune’s Esbriet for IPF finally make it onto the U.K.’s NHS payroll.

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