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What medicines may disappear at from March 1?

Some drugs may disappear from pharmacies as early as March 1, the Ministry of Antimonopoly Regulation and Trade recalled.
The ban on the sale of medicines from the list of essential medicines, the maximum prices for which are not registered, is determined by presidential decree of August 22, 2018 No. 345. Different deadlines were set for different categories of drugs, the first – on March 1, 2020.

Fertilization drugs and medications for the core.

As explained in March, from March 1, the sale of drugs intended for in vitro fertilization (international nonproprietary names – menotropin (human menopausal gonadotropin), follitropin-alpha, follitropin-beta, cetrorelix) is prohibited, the prices of which are not registered.
However, the general public is interested in another class of drugs that belong to the therapeutic subgroup of the anatomical-therapeutic-chemical classification system of drugs C01-C10. MART does not decipher this item, but we are talking about medicines for the core.

Time is running out.
So, price caps should be set for many popular drugs, including digoxin, propranodol, nifedipine, losartan, metoprolol and others. In the register of maximum selling prices of the Center for Expertise and Testing in Healthcare there is currently no information on some drugs – that is, it is quite possible that they will disappear from pharmacies on March 1. Interestingly, has no analogues for many drugs.
Already in May, some drugs for the treatment of diseases of the digestive tract and metabolism, as well as anticoagulants, may disappear from sale, from July 1 – hemostatic and antianemic drugs, as well as some others.
The maximum selling prices in the future will be registered for all medicines from the list of essential medicines.

Market issue.
Earlier, Minister of Health Vladimir Karanik emphasized: with the regulation of drug prices, you can still get profitability. According to the data at the beginning of October last year, only four drugs left the market due to price registration, for three of them a Belarusian replacement was found, and for one, forced registration was launched.
Arguing the requirements for registering price caps, the Ministry of Health and MART noted that this would help to avoid unreasonably high prices for medicines. Officials are confident that there will be no shortage of drugs at pharmacies.
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