a16z Podcast: The Economics of Expensive Medicines

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Brian Anderson: Welcome back to the 10 Blocks podcast. actually pay less for generic drugs than Europeans do because of various factors. But what gets people so upset is that some of these new, you.

a16z Podcast: The Economics of expensive medicines read more with Andrew Lo (@AndrewWLo) and Jorge Conde (@JorgeCondeBio) The advent of new gene and cell therapies are beginning to approach that holy grail of medicine-that of a possible cure.

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Biosimilars are less expensive generic versions of expensive biologic medicines. Rheumatologists, who prescribe a lot of these medications, have a few concerns about how they’re approved. Namely, if these meds provide identical treatment as biologics, and that they’re expensive. A position paper and accompanying editorial have been written focusing on these issues.

And these innovative drugs aren’t the only ones costing a small fortune; a global trend of soaring cancer drug prices has been going on for some time. A 2015 study by the US National Bureau of Economic Research says the prices of cancer drugs have increased 10% every year between 1995 and 2013.

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