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How to Price Cancer Drugs

Executive Summary

Competitors and payors will force drug companies to justify their drug prices based on value delivered. With oncology as an example, we show a way to rate multiple factors to arrive at an overall clinical value--and then how to translate this value into an appropriate price for the new product. But the pricing assumptions will also change how products are launched.

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