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A Tamer 'Wildcard'? Antibiotic Exclusivity Would Have More Strings Attached In New Bill

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Advocates for antibiotic incentives are hoping to attach 'wildcard' patent proposal to pending PAHPA reauthorization bill; New conditions on exclusivity are intended to make approach more politically viable – and assure favorable CBO score.

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