Price ‘Anchoring’? Zolgensma And The Art Of Managing Gene Therapy Sticker Shock
Public statements by Novartis and AveXis suggest Zolgensma could be cost effective at a price up to $5m. Analysts expect $2m. The lower estimate is still stunning, but could it be considered reasonable by comparison?
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