Regulatory considerations of a growing pharmaceutical company: a UK/US comparison of the generics industry

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Generics must demonstrate equivalence to the originator product to gain regulatory approval and market entry. There is a large market for generics that is predicted to continue to grow. The individual price of generics is lower than the originator, nevertheless manufacturers can avoid large development costs to bring generics to ...

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