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The Rise Of The pCPA Heralds More Pricing Pressure In Canada

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It looks as though there could be yet more pricing pressure on companies selling drugs in Canada after the country's federal government said it would be joining the pan-Canadian Pharmaceutical Alliance, the body that negotiates lower drugs prices for Canada's many publicly funded drug plans.

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