Draft Bottleneck Bill Must Go Further, Urges German Generics Body
Only Targeting Antibiotics And Oncology Will Not Solve Shortages Issue
The German government has released a draft bill to remedy supply chain bottlenecks for antibiotic and oncology drugs, but Pro Generika, the country’s trade association for off-patent drugs, has urged it to apply these proposed changes to all generic medicines.
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