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Japan’s CEA Scheme: How It Works And Impact So Far

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Executive Summary

Japan has announced the latest evaluation results under its cost effectiveness assessment scheme. But how does it work and how much have prices been revised so far under the four-year-old program following discussions between pharma firms and authorities?

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