Vision Loss Drug Vabysmo Secures English Funding; Oxlumo & Tavneos Deemed Too Pricey
Roche’s Vabysmo is likely to be cost saving, according to NICE, which has also issued recommendations on the use of the drugs Oxlumo, Tavneos, Libtayo, Tepmetko and Ryeqo.
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