Abbott Announces New Drug Subsidies (Australia)
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
Australia's Minster of health, Tony Abbott, recently announced the government will expand its Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme (PBS) to three new drugs. As of December 1st the kidney treatment, Renagel, the psoriasis drug, Remicade, and the headache fighter, Topamax will all be available through PBS. (Click here for more
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