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Betting Generic: Part D, Patents and Proteins Drive Investment Surge

This article was originally published in RPM Report

Executive Summary

Generic drug companies have been spurned by Wall Street in the past in favor of their brand manufacturing counterparts. With high generic use rates in Medicare Part D and a perceived inevitability of follow-on biologics, investment in pharmaceutical copycats is on the upswing.

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