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Japan will end full reimbursement coverage for COVID-19 therapeutic drugs from October, after downgrading the status of the virus to the same level as seasonal flu in early May. As authorities discuss the possible coverage reduction, a larger than usual price cut may also be applied to Shionogi's oral COVID antiviral Xocova.
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The US firm’s drug for schizophrenia- and bipolar-related agitation Igalmi has failed part one of a pivotal trial in at-home patients, but the option for higher dosing in part two combined with placebo-like safety could offer hope.
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China’s Basic Medical Insurance Fund spent 7.1 times more on novel drugs in 2022 compared to 2019, according to figures disclosed by the National Healthcare Security Administration. Meanwhile, such drugs need to wait less to be eligible for reimbursement in China.
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