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Generic Drugs Account For Half Of Independent Pharmacy's 1.3 Bil. Rxs

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Generic drugs make up over half of the total prescriptions dispensed at independent pharmacies, preliminary survey data collected for the 2001 NCPA-Pharmacia Digest show.

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