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England’s Unused Innovative Medicines Fund Under Fire Again

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A group of UK academics have broadly welcomed the fund that will pay for innovative non-cancer drugs, but have expressed concern over issues such as the entry criteria and the definition of “high unmet need.” They also say safeguards are needed against possible financial loss to the National Health Service.

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