Newer medications improve outcomes, lower healthcare costs: study

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The research, which was announced this week by Columbia University professor Frank Lichtenberg, found that patients are 2.5% more likely to start and stay on a course of treatment for every 10-year decrease in a drug’s time on the market.

The research, which was announced this week by Columbia University professor Frank Lichtenberg, found that patients are 2.5% more likely to start and stay on a course of treatment for every 10-year decrease in a drug’s time on the market.

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