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F.D.A. Names and Shames Drug Makers to Encourage Generic Competition

NYTimes.com Thursday, 17 May 2018
In its campaign to lower drug prices, the agency posted a list of brand-name manufacturers in an effort to force them to share drug samples with their generic rivals.
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