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Taking Big Pharma’s R&D Argument Literally: Cut Prices, Or Increase Spending?

Executive Summary

Former Obama Administration official offers sophisticated and complicated approach to value-based pricing, tied back to drug development costs. The complexity alone makes the idea a non-starter for the current Administration, but it also begs the question of whether it would be more likely to cut costs – or just increase R&D spending?

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