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Provider Consortium Will Try 'DIY' Solution To Generic Shortages, Pricing

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Four health care systems representing 280 hospitals, with input from the US Department of Veterans Affairs, plan to make and sell their own generic drugs, focusing on those vitally needed by hospitals, with "appropriate" pricing.

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