Vertex’s Danish Reimbursement Deal Brings Budget Predictability
Vertex’s portfolio-based access deal in Denmark will give patients quicker access to a range of cystic fibrosis drugs and give budget predictability to the company and government.
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Infographic: Vertex, the first company to produce a drug to treat the underlying cause of cystic fibrosis, has fought for fair (and high) prices for its medicines to reflect their value as treatments for the cause of a genetic disease. The company has sought innovative reimbursement agreements for its CF products in various countries.
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