The U.K. Holds Out Against Generic Substitution - Now Almost Alone Among EU Countries
This article was originally published in The Pink Sheet Daily
Executive SummaryU.K. decides not to introduce generic substitution because of patient safety concerns and uncertain cost savings.
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