Next UK Drug Pricing Scheme Needs ‘Single-Digit Fixed Rebates’
The pharmaceutical industry and the UK government are beginning a series of discussions on the shape of the future voluntary drug pricing and access scheme (VPAS), ahead of the formal negotiations that are scheduled to start in April.
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