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AAM Condemns ‘Build Back Better 2.0’ Due To Off-Patent Impact

US Draft Drug Legislation Could Complicate Market Entry For Generics And Biosimilars

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The Association for Accessible Medicines has criticized draft legislation regarding US drug pricing negotiations for the impact proposed new laws could have on generic and biosimilar drugs.

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