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'Bad Bargain,' Self

Regulators, politicians, employers and insurers have assured Americans that generic drugs – which will soon comprise 80 percent of the medicine dispensed to us – are safe, effective, and largely identical to their more expensive brand-name counterparts. "Bad Bargain" exposes the glaring regulatory loopholes that allow substandard or un-equivalent generics to reach consumers. The article also identified patients who suffered devastating consequences after being switched from brand-name to generic drugs.

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