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J&J Says Bedaquiline TB Treatment Cost ‘Fair,’ $1/Day Price ‘Unrealistic’

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Johnson & Johnson maintains its game-changing antibiotic bedaquiline for drug-resistant tuberculosis is priced "fairly" at $400 for a six-month course, and terms calls by public health advocates to cut the cost to $1 a day “not realistic.”

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