Pharma’s Upcoming Messaging Battles In US Pricing Debate Foreshadowed In CBO Report
Our infographic offers the top takeaways from Congressional Budget Office report that says lower drug prices would decrease industry’s spend on research and development, while rejecting claim that costs of R&D set or impact a particular medicines price.
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