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With Enemies Like These: Will the Democrats Make Part D More Pharma Friendly?

This article was originally published in RPM Report

Executive Summary

The Democratic leadership rammed a major health bill through the House this summer, including some Medicare Part D fixes that read like a Big Pharma wish list. Have the industry's toughest critics gone soft?

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