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Small orphan drug firms caught by Germany's AMNOG assessments

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Small companies with orphan drug products whose turnover is less than €50 million are not excluded from cost-effectiveness assessments introduced this year under Germany’s healthcare reform act, said Dr Alexander Natz, Brussels representative for the BPI, the German association for mid-sized pharma companies. In an interview with Scrip, he warned companies not to be complacent

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