Johnson & Johnson is ending voluntary 340B drug discounts on Remicade and other Janssen brand orphan drugs to rural and free-standing cancer hospitals.

Influential House Lawmaker and Rural Hospitals Upset About J&J’s 340B Orphan Drug Policy Change

Drug manufacturer Johnson & Johnson’s decision to end voluntary 340B drug discounts on orphan drugs to more than 1,000 rural hospitals at the end of this year “will make it even harder for patients to access drugs they desperately need,” U.S. Rep. Peter Welch (D-Vt.) said yesterday.

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