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Health NGO Urges Future Dutch Govt To Act On High Drug Prices

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As the Dutch elections draw near, the civil society body Health Action International has launched a campaign calling on a future government to tackle what it calls “soaring” drug prices. The move follows the adoption of a European Parliament Resolution demanding a better balance between public health imperatives and industry interests.

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