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Dollars for Donuts: Inside the Key Elements of PhRMA's Health Reform Deal

This article was originally published in RPM Report

Executive Summary

The key part of PhRMA's deal with the Finance Committee is a double win for industry: assuring that closing the donut hole will be part of reform, and that PhRMA will get credit for a big part of the savings.

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