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Novartis’ Blockbuster Hopeful Leqvio Faces Perils Of Medicare’s Pricing Policy On Small Molecules

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Medicare’s pending price negotiation program could impact the longevity of the Part B cholesterol drug Leqvio. Novartis CEO Vas Narasimhan notes the upcoming redesign of the Part D benefit could boost pricing pressure on Kisqali.

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