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

Correction, Tuesday, May 25, 4:50 p.m. ET – Earlier today, we reported that the wholesale acquisition price for some of the generic PrEP products is now less than $30 per pill. The correct price is less than $30 per bottle. 340B Report regrets the error.

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.

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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