Is Orkambi deal close? Vertex meets again today with NHS England

21 March 2019 - Campaigners hopes rise after three year wait. ...

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York man Paul Thomas-Peter says he could die because NHS won't fund drug

19 March 2019 - A York cancer patient says he could die because the NHS refuses to fund immunotherapy treatment ...

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Biosimilar groups offer proposals to help US better mirror EU successes

19 March 2019 - With 18 biosimilars approved in the US and just seven on the market, two biosimilars groups ...

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Biosimilar approval and adoption in the U.S. needs to be expedited

20 March 2019 - Generic versions of brand-name small-molecule drugs saved Americans more than $1 trillion between 1999 and 2010. ...

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Where is the champion for Pharmacare?

20 March 2019 - With the possible exception of a few drug company executives, Canadians overwhelmingly support universal pharmacare — ...

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National drug agency touted as building block of Pharmacare plan

19 March 2019 - The Trudeau Liberals’ new budget promises a new agency to buy drugs in bulk and cut ...

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The shadow of Brexit on speed of access

20 March 2019 - No-one can miss the ongoing saga that is the UK’s exit from the European Union.  ...

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Cancer Society slams PHARMAC's treatment of patients

20 March 2019 - The Cancer Society says New Zealand patients are worse off than those in Australia. ...

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Roche and the pan-Canadian Pharmaceutical Alliance complete negotiations for multiple sclerosis treatment, Ocrevus (ocrelizumab), for both RRMS and PPMS

19 March 2019 - Roche Canada today announced that it has completed negotiations with the pan-Canadian Pharmaceutical Alliance for a ...

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Medicare for all is divisive (in the Democratic Party)

18 March 2019 - More than 100 Democrats — and at least four of the party’s presidential candidates — have endorsed ...

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Reimbursement for orphan drug Spinraza imminent

18 March 2019 - Biogen’s Spinraza (nusinersen), a treatment for spinal muscular atrophy, is likely to obtain reimbursement as early ...

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Three new drugs added to PBS to ease cost pain

19 March 2019 - Three new treatments to help save or prolong the lives of thousands of Australians suffering from ...

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Women with advanced breast cancer ask the PM to intervene

15 March 2019 - On Wednesday 13 March, ten women with advanced breast cancer presented to the Health Select Committee to ...

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One in four cancer patients wait two months for treatment, as NHS performance hits record low

14 March 2019 - The number of cancer sufferers waiting at least two months for treatment after an urgent referral ...

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The Liberals’ plan for Pharmacare? We’re still waiting

14 March 2019 - The Trudeau government is edging closer to announcing its proposals for some kind of national drug ...

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