Issue 6-7/2013

  • Rules unlock access to Orphan drugs

    In this issue:

    Putting a fair price-tag on orphan drugs

    After more than two years of negotiations, a collaboration involving Member States, the European Commission, patient representative organisations, national insurers and industry has finally published the first non-binding guidelines for evaluating and reimbursing orphan drugs. The framework is a first tentative step forward in addressing a thorny and divisive topic. How much should pharma companies be allowed to earn for treating rare diseases? And how much can insurers afford to pay?

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