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Venturing A Perspective On The Drug Pricing Debate
December 10, 2019

The perennial drug pricing debate has reached a fever pitch, as loud as it’s ever been over the past few decades. Politicians on both sides are bashing the drug industry with the typical talking points about exorbitant prices, countered of

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Potential Silver Lining Of Pharma Price Pressure: More Biotech Deal-making?
September 14, 2016

The maelstrom around drug pricing has continued its fury over the past month, which has led to considerable volatility in the biopharma stock market. Investor fears of draconian price controls that will eliminate the return of investment from innovative pharmaceutical


Innovators vs Exploiters: Drug Pricing And The Future Of Pharma
August 29, 2016

Pharmaceutical pricing got thrown onto the front page again last week, causing the expected anaphylactic reactions among politicians, practitioners, and parents. The root of this crisis: Epipen’s 600% price increase over the past eight years. The biannual upticks underlying that