Pink Sheet Podcast: Gene Therapy In Europe, Lilly’s Olympic TV Ads, 'Most Favored Nation' Rule
Pink Sheet reporters and editors discuss Bluebird Bio’s decision to pull its gene therapy business from Europe, Eli Lilly potentially pushing regulatory boundaries with its Olympic TV spots, and the CMS decision to scrap the Trump aministration’s most favored nation reimbursement rule.
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