Generic Drug Makers Back Away From Health Reform Tab

Kaiser Health News staff writer Phil Galewitz reports on the position generic drug makers have taken regarding how the costs of health reform should be paid. "Generic drug makers — which have saved Americans hundreds of billions of dollars in the past decade with their low-cost, copycat medicines — don't think they should join other health industries to finance a health care overhaul" (10/15).

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