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No More Humiras: Thinking Through The Impact Of Price Negotiation In US

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The final push by Democrats to enact a drug price ‘negotiation’ bill is under way. The prospects are uncertain, but the intended impact is not: never again will there be a brand as successful for as long as Humira.

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