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Value-based pricing: Who should set drug prices in the UK?

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While the UK's NHS and pharma sector ponder who may end up negotiating drug prices in light of a new white paper, health economists Stuart Carroll, Neil Hawkins and David A Scott contemplate four options which keep NICE very much in the picture

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