U.S. consumers more likely than others to use generic drugs

10/11/2013 | Drug Store News

A study by Phoenix Marketing International revealed 37% of American consumers said they prefer using generic medications over brand-name drugs, compared with 12% of consumers in the United Kingdom, 22% of those in France and 21% in Canada. Just 7% of Americans would feel uncomfortable using generic medications for serious disorders, according to the data.

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