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France Backs Disclosure Of Public R&D Funding In Drug Price Negotiations

NGOs Welcome “Historic” Move But Say More Is Needed

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Civil society groups have welcomed a French parliamentary amendment that would require pharma firms to disclose any public R&D funding when negotiating drug prices with the health authorities. The pharmaceutical industry says the amendment does not take account of the realities of today's business model.

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