Pharma Justifies Steep Prices, Plans Fancy Footwork In The Era Of Cures
BioMarin CMO Geoff Nichol envisions "fancy footwork" in future payer negotiations for groundbreaking hemophilia therapy, during a discussion on value at the 2018 Biotech Showcase meeting, held in conjunction with the J.P. Morgan conference.
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