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Boniva I.V. Aggressive Pricing Points To Desirability Of Part B Reimbursement

Executive Summary

Roche/GlaxoSmithKline's aggressive pricing strategy for Boniva injection relative to the oral formulation indicates the firms feel Medicare Part B is a more advantageous reimbursement environment than Part D

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