UK Labour Govt Would Boost Health Spending, Put Pressure On Drug Prices
Out Goes R&D Credit, In Comes Compulsory Licensing
The election manifesto produced by the Labour Party offers something for everyone, from the dropping of prescription charges and a boost for health care spending to more use of compulsory licensing and the building of a state-owned generics factory to make medicines more affordable.
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