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White House Exec Order Will Bring US Parity With Lowest Drug Prices Abroad, Trump Says

Executive Summary

Remarks to reporters prompt surprise and confusion among stakeholders and likely reflect the president’s impatience with the pace of regulatory and legislative pricing reforms.

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