Drug Affordability Review By National Academies Kicks Off With Lower Profile Than Expected
A National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine project on drug access and affordability is kicking off with a very different political backdrop for its deliberations than the one that seemed likely when the working group was selected in late October; its work may still end up mattering a great deal, if and when innovator pricing is back on the table for serious policy review.
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