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Don't shut out generic drugs

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Americans and their health insurers, including government ones like Medicare and Medicaid, save billions of dollars a year buying generic pharmaceuticals — drugs whose active ingredients are identical to those of their name-brand cousins but cost a lot less. The generic makers, insurers and most consumers want to keep it that way, while the name-brand makers would rather have the market for the drugs they develop all to themselves, and not just during their reasonable ...

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