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Preisbindung für Arzneimittel: Ende eines Privilegs


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Der Europäische Gerichtshof hat die Preisbindung für rezeptpflichtige Medikamente gekippt. Den Apotheken droht nun härtere Konkurrenz. Patienten hoffen auf fallende Preise. Und die Union denkt schon über ein Verbot nach.

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