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Novartis Sees Reimbursement Advantage For PCSK9 Launch

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Administration under the medical benefit/Medicare Part B could mean easier reimbursement. The company outlined early plans for the launch of inclisiran after announcing it will buy The Medicines Company for $9.7bn.

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