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Good morning. It’s Elizabeth Cooney again, filling in for the vacationing Ed Silverman. Some food for thought to start the day. Comments, suggestions, tips welcome.

A controversial Food and Drug Administration working group has begun discussing how to import drugs from other countries as a way to bring down prices for American patients, STAT says. “That work group has met and is outlining its plan of action,” Dan Best, Trump administration senior adviser on drug pricing, said on a phone call with reporters. “As more of that information becomes available, we’ll make it available to the market.”

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