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Orphan Drug Spending: Could Sequence Of Indications Offer Pricing Policy Solution?

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Focusing on orphan-first drugs may be best route to address pricing concerns, Health Affairs study suggests after finding that just one-fifth of spending on 15 top-selling partial orphan drugs was for the drugs’ rare disease indications.

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