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From the Generic to the Supergeneric Era

By Adeline Siew, Pharmaceutical Technology. Generic drugs save patients and European healthcare systems approximately EUR 35 billion (US$46bn) each year, according to the European Generics Association (EGA). Of the 16 health-related recommendations made by the European Commission for 2014–2015 to EU member states, 11 concerned cost efficiency in the healthcare sector. But, speaking at the EGA […]
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Desperate Measures: Industry Teams with Parallel Traders to Tackle Counterfeiters in Europe

While action is heating up at the international level to tackle counterfeit drugs, Europe is making its own efforts to stop fake medicines from entering the legal supply chain. An improbable cross-sector partnership is struggling to secure support for a pan-European system to keep counterfeits out. It’s improbable because it brings together not only manufacturers, […]
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EGA Calls for Removal of Barriers to Generics in Europe

Adrian van den Hoven, Director General of the European Generics Association (EGA), this week called for the removal of barriers to generic medicines across the European Union.
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Innovators: Take a Leaf from the Generic Industry Book

No-one can accuse the European generic industry of indolence. It supplies huge quantities of medicines to European healthcare suppliers — its volume is estimated at around a half of the market. It is accounting for a growing share of marketing authorization applications in Europe. And its industry association, the EGA, has turned it from being […]
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