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Featured Blogs

By the Numbers: Patients lose when the government sets prices

Nicole Longo
Learn more about why government price setting is bad policy and better ways Congress could help patients access and afford their medicines.

Study after study after study: Contract pharmacy expansion not aligned in communities 340B is meant to serve

Nicole Longo
Evidence continues to show that 340B hospitals and their contract pharmacies are often not helping patients access their medicines.

Intellectual Property waiver on COVID-19 innovation is unnecessary and harmful

Megan Van Etten
In two years, biopharmaceutical companies have gone from zero to 13 billion COVID-19 vaccine doses produced. They’ve worked across the industry and on every continent to meet the global demand for COVID-19 innovation. Yet global trade officials will gather for the World Trade Organization (WTO) ministerial meeting in June to debate whether and how to allow countries to confiscate intellectual property (IP) rights for pandemic-related products as part of the WTO’s Trade-Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights (TRIPS) Agreement.