Research in gene therapy and other areas in recent years has led to many significant advances in efforts to develop new curative therapies for a range of serious diseases and conditions. Products including Kymriah, Yescarta, and Luxturna have been launched, and many others are advancing to late stage development. In this article published in Managed Healthcare Executive, Matthew Majewski considers new options for pricing models to keep pace with innovation in the development of high-cost gene, cell therapies.
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Disparities in screening and diagnosis for triple negative breast cancer
Gilead Sciences asked Charles River Associates and Tigerlily Foundation to examine the extent to which policies associated with triple negative breast cancer...