BOCA RATON, Fla. — Sixty-five percent of all U.S. prescriptions dispensed are filled with generics, at costs of 30% to 80% less than brands, according to numbers from IMS Health, Fairfield, Conn., released this week at the Generic Pharmaceutical Association Annual Meeting here. This represents only 20% of all dollars spent on prescription drugs and a 2% increase over last year, according to the figures. “Voters are going to the polls with access to affordable health care at the top of their ...
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