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Richard Manning is a consultant to several clients with interests in healthcare, including law firms, government agencies, branded and generic/biosimilar biopharmaceutical manufacturers, health insurers, and trade organizations.
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Manning, R. Comment on “Market Exclusivity for Drugs with Multiple Orphan Approvals (1983–2017) and Associated Budget Impact in the US”. PharmacoEconomics 38, 1373–1374 (2020). https://doi.org/10.1007/s40273-020-00975-7