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UK Drops Plans for Generic Substitution of Primary Care Drugs by Pharmacists
November 17, 2010
The UK’s coalition government will seek other ways of driving the use of generic drugs that are more acceptable to patients, rather than requiring pharmacists to substitute generics for brand-name drugs used in primary care. Includes the full text of UK Department of Health Report on Generic Substitution.
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