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Bernie Gets Mostly Pharma-Friendly Drug Pricing Results

Executive Summary

Changes to inhaler pricing may be more ‘business as usual’ for the drug industry than the Vermont senator wants to let on. FTC, meanwhile, is keeping the patent pressure on Teva, the only inhaler manufacturer to not act following Sanders’ investigation.

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