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MedPAC To The Rescue? How US Policy Advisors Could Save The Drug Industry

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The Congressionally-chartered Medicare Payment Advisory Commission is preparing a formal endorsement of a plan to overhaul Part D. It will come just in time to help move stalled legislation – and that legislation may be the best chance the drug industry has to fend off draconian pricing measures in 2021.

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