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Blase N. Polite, MD, MPP, on Optimizing Cancer Policies in the United States

First International Summit on Interventional Pharmacoeconomics

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Blase N. Polite, MD, MPP, of the University of Chicago Medical Center, discusses his belief that, in the next few years, we can bend the cancer drug cost curve and tame health-care costs if physicians, pharmaceutical companies, payers, and government come together and agree on the value of treatments that improve survival and quality of life.



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