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Eularis Analyzes Most Effective Generics Defense Strategies With New Pharmaceutical Industry Report
Date:7/14/2008

Branded Pharmaceutical companies can expect to see sales drops of up to 70

percent after patent expiration from Generic competition

NEW YORK, LONDON and TOKYO, July 14 /PRNewswire/ -- Branded Pharmaceutical companies are painfully aware of the astronomical growth of Generics competition. By the end of this year, Branded drug patents accounting for sales of more than $80 Billion will expire, resulting in major losses in company profits. In the United States, the Generics Industry claims more than 50 percent of all prescriptions filled. Even in Japan, where Generics penetration is notoriously low, changes are afoot. The government has taken note from countries like the U.S. and instructed all national hospitals to actively use Generics. Now, in Japan, doctors and pharmacists can collect additional fees for prescribing and dispensing Generics. Combine these trends with a growing number of Japanese blockbuster drugs facing patent expiration and the Generics penetration rate is poised to expand in coming years, even in the 'Generics-proof' Japanese market. To address this globally alarming issue, Eularis announces today the availability of their new report, "How to Plan an Effective Generics Defense Strategy: Planning, Tactics and Implementation."

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Written for CEO's, Marketing Executives and Sales Executives, this report uncovers the factors working for Generics growth and the barriers against it, offering secrets the Generics Industry doesn't want you to know. The report includes case studies of how to analyze where weaknesses exist within your Generics competitors and what to do about it. The report discusses appropriate tactics to improve competitiveness with Generics and demonstrates implementa
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