Do generic drugs cost too little?

Much of my blog discusses the value of new, innovative treatments.  In the current patent environment, drug patents expire and low cost generics enter the market.  This results in huge surplus value accruing to consumers.  However, those benefits only occur if the supply of effective, low-cost generic medication reach patients.  Unfortunately, that is not always…

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