Congressional Democrats want HHS to use march-in rights and other existing authority to lower drug prices.

100 Congressional Democrats Urge HHS to Use Existing Power to Lower Drug Prices

The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services should swiftly use its existing statutory authority—including forcing drug patent owners to license their products to others—to lower drug prices, 100 Democratic members of Congress urged HHS Secretary Xavier Becerra late last month.

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