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December 07, 2012

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It's not just generics vs patented drugs, there are also a string of drugs rushed out in response to patient expiry eg Nexium to replace generic Losec. And it should be mandatory not to prescribe the brand, if NICE say you should not. What the figures say is that the reps in those areas must put their cases better.

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