Patient Drug Prices To Drop In Australia Under New Pharmacy Oversight
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
Australia's new pharmaceutical price-disclosure policy taking effect Aug. 1 is expected to lead to U.S.$18 million in savings to patients, some prices dropping but as much as $15 per prescription.
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