Why are generic drug prices rising?

12/30/2002 | NYTimes.com

Experts say the expiration of patents on popular brand-name drugs allows makers of generics to enter the market. Another reason for rising generic drug prices is the consolidation of the generic-drug industry, leaving fewer companies to compete on the prices of older generic drugs.

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