30 per cent generic drugs bill fall saves NHS £180m

The NHS's generic drugs bill fell dramatically last year, health minister John Denham has revealed in a parliamentary written answer. Most of the 30 per cent fall in prices paid by the health service came 'in anticipation of and in response to'the introduction of a government price cap on a ...

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