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Accelerated Approval Reforms Complicated Because Most Drugs Have Regular Indications Too

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Because Medicare and Medicaid do not reimburse based on indication, it would be hard to target specific accelerated approvals for pricing discounts. This could penalize drug manufacturers even if the accelerated indication represents a minor share of the drug’s use, researchers say.

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