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Paying For Gene Therapy: Medicaid Will Be ‘Canary In Coal Mine’

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Harvard Pilgrim's Michael Sherman and Cigna's Steve Miller advise gene therapy developers to consider the burden of high cost treatments on Medicaid programs when setting list prices.

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