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In US Drug Pricing Debate, ICER’s Voice Gets Louder

The Biggest Mistake For Pharma Is Failing To Engage With ICER

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ICER’s influence on drug pricing, and policy, is growing. Spotlighting the worst drug price rises is one recent example.

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