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NIH Director Collins’ Departure May Revive Patent March-In Debate

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Confirmation hearing for successor will present opportunity to press the Biden administration on the patent march-in issue, but a policy change seems unlikely—unless the President feels a strong need to act on drug pricing in the absence of legislation.

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