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US Healthcare Bill's Failure Could Have Unpleasant Ripple Effects For Pharma

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Having sat on the sidelines during the unsuccessful effort to repeal and replace Obamacare, the pharma industry may find the rest of its legislative agenda, from taxes to even user fee reauthorization, could become more difficult.

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