Provinces spent $43M on preemie drug experts say can be made for a fraction of the cost

Thursday, April 6, 2017 - 04:31 in Health & Medicine

CBC News takes an in-depth look at Synagis, a potentially life-saving drug for premature babies that is so expensive, doctors must tightly control the infection protection, giving it to only the sickest infants.

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