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In this In Vivo executive roundtable, an informal working group of biopharma leaders in market access reviews the current state of play with regulators, patients and payers. Contacts with the first two stakeholders are clear-eyed and surprisingly productive, but the payer remains the tie that grinds – an inscrutable partner of necessity in moving complex, costly innovations toward acceptance in the marketplace.
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