Generic Firms Should Aim For 95% Supply Consistency - AmeriSource Exec
Generic manufacturers should strive to supply product consistently upwards of 95% of the time to compete with brand manufacturers, AmeriSource VP-Investor Relations and Industry Affairs Robert McHugh advised the Generic Pharmaceutical Industry Association annual meeting in New York City March 14.
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