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Regeneron President Booed At Conference Over Comments Urging Focus On Innovation Before Access

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Regeneron President George Yancopoulos got in a screaming match at Milken conference, arguing paying for cures is a secondary problem that should be tackled once such products are developed. He also talked about how he believes tech companies are helping to create some of America’s health crises.

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