OMB's Grogan Talks Drug Pricing And Taking On 'Sacred Cows'
Concerns with promoting competition and reducing consumers' 'pain in the pocketbook' are key tenets of the Trump Administration's approach to lowering prescription drug pricing, Grogan says.
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