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Pharma’s Upcoming Messaging Battles In US Pricing Debate Foreshadowed In CBO Report

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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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