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Generics In Europe: Search For Greener Pastures?

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As global market conditions change and companies seek to fill gaps in their service model to payers and patients, are the business interests of originator and generic firms moving closer toward alignment? Surprisingly, the answer may be yes, according to Medicines for Europe director-general Adrian van den Hoven.

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