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Sanofi Releases Annual Drug Price Report Ahead Of Senate Hearing

Executive Summary

Sanofi's annual report on its drug price increases echoed a theme heard during recent 2018 earnings calls, with list price hikes offset by rebates resulting in a net price decline.

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