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Squeeze looks more likely for drug middlemen

By Wall Street Journal  
   March 25, 2019

Pharmaceuticals manufacturers are gradually disclosing more information about how drugs are priced. That is a problem for drug supply-chain companies and their investors. Eli Lilly said the price it was paid for its Humalog insulin averaged $135 a patient a month in 2018, down slightly from the 2014 average. Over that same period, however, the average list price—the sticker price before rebates and discounts are considered—rose more than 50%.

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