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Beyond Pay-For-Delay: US FTC Digs Deeper On Barriers To Generic Competition

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FTC Acting Chairman Ohlhausen predicts agency will continue to focus on competition issues involving barriers to generics but says 'we need to learn more about how these markets are working today.'

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