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340B Purchases To Hit 8% Of Outpatient Brand Drug Sales In 2019 – White Paper

This article was originally published in The Pink Sheet Daily

Executive Summary

Berkeley Research Group finds fault with the oft-cited idea that 340B accounts for only 2% of total drug sales. Meanwhile, 340B hospitals issue their own data showing they serve lower-income populations than other hospitals.

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