The era of rampant price-cutting in generics is ending. In the wave of consolidation among brand and generics companies that continued in 1995, many of the marginal generics companies that are often the source for the best prices were purchased by innovator drug companies. Among the half-dozen remaining independent generics companies, generic drug prices will stabilize, said industry sources. Generics firms such as Mylan, Barr, Lemon, Watson and Schein will broaden the scope of their ...

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