Review Cost For Sanofi/Regeneron’s PCSK9 Inhibitor Remains Uncertain
This article was originally published in The Pink Sheet Daily
Even after paying BioMarin $67.5 million for the voucher itself, the firms still don’t know how much FDA will charge for a chance to get Praluent to market faster.
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