NPhA Survey: Generics Make Up 30% Of Prescriptions
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
The Nippon Pharmacy Assocation (NPhA) has summarized the results from its survey on generic drugs for its members. Nearly 29.0% of all prescriptions are generic drugs, and when generic drugs are prescribed, more than one is prescribed in 65.0% of the cases.
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