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The War on Generics - Part II

This article was originally published in RPM Report

Executive Summary

Teva says it isn't worried about the more aggressive pricing strategies used by brand companies to blunt blockbuster generic launches. What if the world's largest generic company is wrong? Part II of this two-part series looks at the future of the generic drug industry.

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