NHS saving extra £1.3bn from generic drugs
1st August 2014
The National Health Service in England and Wales saved an extra £1.3 billion last year as usage of generic drugs rose to more than 75%, expanding patient access to potentially life-saving medicines.
Generics are now saving the NHS almost £12.3 billion a year, according to the British Generic Manufacturers Association (BGMA), up from a saving of nearly £11 billion in 2012.
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