Price Negotiation In Part D: Big Savings On Revlimid, Ibrance, Xtandi Projected in CAP Analysis
As Democrats in the US Congress work to move legislation empowering the Health and Human Services Department to negotiate drug prices directly with manufacturers, the Center For American Progress releases an analysis on which drugs would be targeted by House bill HR 3 and how much prices could be reduced.
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