At $850,000, price for new childhood blindness gene therapy four times too high, nonprofit says

(By Andrew Joseph for STAT)

The $850,000 list price for a new medicine that treats a genetic form of childhood blindness is about four times too high for the value the drug provides, a nonprofit that studies the cost effectiveness of new drugs said Friday, though it added that the price of the drug is cost-effective for select patients and with certain assumptions. Continue reading article here…

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