Broad availability of low-cost generic pre-exposure prophylaxis drugs could significantly reduce 340B covered entities' revenues on billings for PrEP. | Shutterstock

Much Cheaper PrEP Drugs Could Mean Financial Upheaval for 340B Covered Entities

While an important drug’s introduction into the generic market is often celebrated by both providers and patients, generic pre-exposure prophylaxis drugs (PrEP) for patients at risk of contracting HIV could prove a financial disaster for some 340B covered entities.

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