Drugmaker Gilead has agreed on a price for its hepatitis C drug Sovaldi
of 41,000 euros ($46,625) for a 12-week treatment for Germany's
statutory medical insurers, the GKV association of Germany's statutory
medical insurers said.
GKV, who provides coverage for
about nine out of 10 Germans, said the U.S. biotechnology company had
agreed on a price of 43,562.52 euros, which is subject to a 5.88 percent
discount for statutory insurers.
The drug had initially been offered in Germany for a list price of 60,000 euros, or about 56,500 euros including the discount.
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