Generics Are 25% Of Market

Canadians typically spend more on generic drugs than patients in Australia or the U.K., a federal agency said yesterday. Generics account for about 25 percent of drug sales, said the Patented Medicine Prices Review Board: “Canadians spent more on generic medicines than residents of any other OECD country except the U.S.”

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