Drug Costs Threaten FDA Quick Approval Program, Docs Say
By Dani Kass (July 17, 2017, 9:01 PM EDT) -- Drugs approved through the U.S. Food and Drug Administration's accelerated pathway often carry a high price tag, which at times leads insurers to refuse coverage of the drugs and may endanger the future of the process, researchers said in a New England Journal of Medicine policy analysis.
University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine professor Walid Gellad and Harvard Medical School professor and lawyer Aaron Kesselheim contend in the article that drug costs limit patient access. Private insurers can refuse to cover the drugs, keeping them away from patients in need, and government insurers have to shell out large sums for few...
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