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Biden-Sanders ‘Unity Platform’: Moderate On Coverage, Extreme On Drug Pricing

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The US Democratic Party will not be rallying around ‘Medicare for All’ in November. But the absence of a push for a single payer system is about the only good news for drug companies in the ‘unity platform’ released by presumptive Presidential nominee Joe Biden and his defeated rival Bernie Sanders.

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