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Nigel Rawson and Brett Skinner

Nigel Rawson is an independent researcher in Saskatoon, Sask., and an affiliate scholar with the Canadian Health Policy Institute. Brett Skinner is CEO of the Canadian Health Policy Institute in Toronto.

Opinion | BY NIGEL RAWSON AND BRETT SKINNER | September 7, 2022
Health Minister Jean-Yves Duclos speaks at an Aug. 23 press conference in Ottawa. Canada’s attractiveness as a marketplace for new medicines has already diminished as a result of uncertainty about the PMPRB changes, write Nigel Rawson and Brett Skinner. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY NIGEL RAWSON AND BRETT SKINNER | September 7, 2022
Opinion | BY NIGEL RAWSON AND BRETT SKINNER | September 7, 2022
Health Minister Jean-Yves Duclos speaks at an Aug. 23 press conference in Ottawa. Canada’s attractiveness as a marketplace for new medicines has already diminished as a result of uncertainty about the PMPRB changes, write Nigel Rawson and Brett Skinner. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
The PMPRB is clearly annoyed by opposition to the regulation changes. According to an internal document made public by an access to information request from Conservative MP Tom Kmiec, pictured, the PMPRB believes “opponents of the reforms … are spreading disinformation through organized public relations campaigns.” The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
The PMPRB is clearly annoyed by opposition to the regulation changes. According to an internal document made public by an access to information request from Conservative MP Tom Kmiec, pictured, the PMPRB believes “opponents of the reforms … are spreading disinformation through organized public relations campaigns.” The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade