Drugs MS Expensive to be on PBS Next Year
Australian Associated Press
A pill to treat multiple sclerosis, which can cost a patient $ 54,000 per year, should be added to the PBS as of Jan. 1.
Scott Morrison is due to announce on Sunday the addition of the Mavenclad Pill to the Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme, reports News Corp Australia.
The difficult situation of MS patients is particularly close to the prime minister's heart because his brother-in-law Garry Warren is a sufferer. With the PBS list, patients will pay only $ 40.30 per screenplay or $ 6.50 if they are concessional patients.
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