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Why ‘Generic’ Doesn't Mean ‘Cheap’

When Turing Pharmaceuticals jacked up the price of a decades-old drug from $13.50 to $750 a pill, the company sparked nationwide outcry over the price of medicine. Aaron Kesselheim and Stephen Schondelmeyer pull back the curtain on the generic drug sector and talk about price spikes, FDA backlogs, and why some generic meds can cost nearly as much as brand-name pills. #Podcasts #FullPodcastAvailable


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