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  • Getting Patients Hooked on an Opioid Overdose Antidote, Then Raising The Price

    MedScape - 01/31/2017

    Still, experts say the device’s price surge is way out of step with production costs, and a needless drain on health-care resources.

    “There’s absolutely nothing that warrants them charging what they’re charging,” said Leo Beletsky, an associate professor of law and health sciences at Northeastern University in Boston.

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