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Biosimilars Forum Welcomes PBM Transparency Act

US Proposals Would See Spread Pricing Outlawed And Rebates Disclosed

Executive Summary

Senators Maria Cantwell and Chuck Grassley have introduced a bill which would limit pharmacy benefit managers’ ability to engage in “unfair and deceptive” business practices, a move which has been welcomed by the Biosimilars Forum.

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