Lower ARV prices negotiated in Mexico
This article was originally published in Scrip
Several pharmaceutical companies have reduced the prices of their antiretrovirals in Mexico following negotiations with the government there, the Mexican health ministry has said. Thanks to the reductions, the ministry estimates that it will save Ps310 million ($30.6 million) annually.
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