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Antibiotics Could See New Boosts From Medicare Rule, House Bill

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US House looks to give BARDA more money for antibiotic development in next coronavirus relief bill, while Medicare broadens the types of antibiotics eligible for additional payments to include drugs approved under FDA's limited population antibiotic development pathway. But it's unclear whether the House funding can make it through the Senate and how meaningful the Medicare provision will be given few LPAD approvals.

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