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No To Five, Yes To Three: NICE Decides On Funding For Drugs In England

NICE To Review Vyndaqel Guidance Quickly If New Pricing Deal Is Reached

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Pfizer has been unsuccessful in its appeal against the health technology assessment body’s rejection of the rare heart disease drug, Vyndaqel. Meanwhile, Dr Falk Pharma has received the all-clear to make Jorveza (budesonide) available on the National Health Service for eosinophilic esophagitis.

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