New rare leukaemia treatment listed on PBS: Ley

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Health Minister Sussan Ley says patients with rare chronic myeloid leukaemia and acute lymphoblastic leukaemia now have affordable access to a life-changing medicine that would normally cost up to $66,500 per year for treatment. Minister Ley says the Government will invest $20 million over five years in listing Iclusig to provide patients with greater choice

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