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The European Medicines Agency plans to work directly with the marketing authorization holders of products that are still at risk of supply shortages to address the outstanding issues.
The English High Court has rejected attempts by Novartis and Roche to stop clinical commissioning groups from offering Avastin to wet AMD patients in a cost-containment move. In a development that has alarmed pharma firms, the court also questioned the exclusive role of the European Medicines Agency in marketing authorizations, saying that CCGs as well as the health technology assessment body, NICE, have competences in that area, and called on the UK regulator to review its guidance on off-label and unlicensed use.
Novo Nordisk's chief says the Danish company is stockpiling medicines in case of "no deal" hard Brexit
Details on anticipated changes to rebate practices are in demand. HHS Secretary Azar talked about changes that would still allow negotiated discounts at the point of sale during a presentation at the FT Pharma Pricing and Value Summit.
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