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Jessica Merrill

New York, NY
Jessica Merrill is a Bureau Editor for US Commercial Content for Informa’s pharmaceutical news publications, including “The Pink Sheet” and SCRIP. She has been covering the pharmaceutical industry as a journalist for more than 10 years, spanning the spectrum from R&D to regulatory to commercial. She was previously a reporter and editor for “The Pink Sheet” and “Pink Sheet” DAILY, specializing in business and commercial news, focusing largely on big pharma, M&A and business development, and the commercial landscape, including drug launches and market access. Before embarking on a career in healthcare journalism, she covered business news for the cosmetics industry and worked as a newspaper reporter.
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Getting seven top pharma leaders in the same room, required to answer tough questions on drug pricing, is rare. Members of the Senate Finance Committee got that opportunity recently, but there are some questions our Pink Sheet reporters think they missed.

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Same Drug, Two Versions And Prices, This Time For Lilly's Humalog

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