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Drug manufacturers' donations to patient assistance charities effectively subsidize the purchase of their own drugs, a new study published in Health Affairs concludes. PhRMA counters that coupons and other forms of assistance help patients afford their out-of-pocket costs.

In Violation of ‘Spirit’ of Anti-Kickback Law, Drug Manufacturer Donations to Patient Assistance Charities Result in Bigger Profits, Study Finds

In a new study published in Health Affairs, researchers find that drug manufacturers are likely to profit from donations they make to patient assistance charities that help patients cover out-of-pocket costs associated with expensive treatments for serious and often rare conditions.

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