Japan Generics Group Says Its Versions Comprise 25% Of Nation's Market
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
Japan's emphasis on prescribing generic versions of branded drugs has led to copies comprising more than 25% of the nation's use of prescription medicines April through June, the first time use of generics had reached that mark.
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