[Epub] ➜ Generic: The Unbranding of Modern Medicine ➝ Jeremy A. Greene – Writerscompany.co.uk

Generic: The Unbranding of Modern Medicine Well researched and extremely informative, this book dives into the history of generic drugs, the controversy surrounding bioequivalence, and the not so bright future of the pharmaceutical industry I would have liked to knowabout how US regulations and laws impacted generic drug development in other countries and vice versa This was touched upon very briefly in the book The author ended the book on a gloomy note, addressing the bleak future of the industry as someone who works in the Well researched and extremely informative, this book dives into the history of generic drugs, the controversy surrounding bioequivalence, and the not so bright future of the pharmaceutical industry I would have liked to knowabout how US regulations and laws impacted generic drug development in other countries and vice versa This was touched upon very briefly in the book The author ended the book on a gloomy note, addressing the bleak future of the industry as someone who works in the industry and is passionate about it, I hope we continue to innovate.While I recommend this book to everyone, I will caution that it is a dry read to those not familiar with subject matter I personally found it fascinating but I live and breathe this industry A good book on the history of generic drugs in US. Too little development in the EBM evidence based medicine and HTA Healthcare Technology Assessment era. Some of the history in how generic drugs evolved into their present dominance is interesting It is very plodding reading with a great deal of technical discussion and unmanageable clutter of names and acronyms More of a textbook than a general public style book. This is a history of generic drugs from the unregulated period where you could pick up another company s brand name and just sell heroin, to attempts by the League of Nations to standardize patent and formulary law and an ill fated attempt to base drug names on Esperanto for world peace Greene traces the many second and third order effects of generic drugs the placebo effect of having something different and different looking than has worked before, the many private companies that test gene This is a history of generic drugs from the unregulated period where you could pick up another company s brand name and just sell heroin, to attempts by the League of Nations to standardize patent and formulary law and an ill fated attempt to base drug names on Esperanto for world peace Greene traces the many second and third order effects of generic drugs the placebo effect of having something different and different looking than has worked before, the many private companies that test generics on student and lower SES populations in drug studies Fargo had several of these , patent law, why common drugs have different names in the US and UK, the global health implications of Indian companies making generic HIV AIDS and malaria drugs, state restrictions of ACA allowances of generics, and ways in which a company can change one inert ingredient and extend their 20 year patents Generic Drugs Are Now Familiar Objects In Clinics, Drugstores, And Households Around The World We Like To Think Of These Tablets, Capsules, Patches, And Ointments As Interchangeable With Their Brand Name Counterparts Why Pay For The Same And Yet They Are Not Quite The Same They Differ In Price, In Place Of Origin, In Color, Shape, And Size, In The Dyes, Binders, Fillers, And Coatings Used, And In A Host Of Other Ways Claims Of Generic Equivalence, As Physician Historian Jeremy Greene Reveals In This Gripping Narrative, Are Never Based On Being Identical To The Original Drug In All Respects, But In Being The Same In All Ways That MatterGeneric Is The First Book To Chronicle The Social, Political, And Cultural History Of Generic Drugs In America It Narrates The Evolution Of The Generic Drug Industry From A Set Of Mid Twentieth Century Schlock Houses And Counterfeiters Into An Agile And Surprisingly Powerful Set Of Multinational Corporations In The Early Twenty First CenturyHow Do We Know What Parts Of A Pill Really Matter Decisions About Which Differences Are Significant And Which Are Trivial In The World Of Therapeutics Are Not Resolved By Simple Chemical Or Biological Assays Alone As Greene Reveals In This Fascinating Account, Questions Of Therapeutic Similarity And Difference Are Also Always Questions Of Pharmacology And Physiology, Of Economics And Politics, Of Morality And BeliefThe Substitution Of Bioequivalent Generic Drugs For Expensive Brand Name Products Is A Rare Success Story In A Field Of Failed Attempts To Deliver Equivalent Value In Health Care For A Lower Price Greene S History Sheds Light On The Controversies Shadowing The Success Of Generics Problems With The Generalizability Of Medical Knowledge, The Fragile Role Of Science In Public Policy, And The Increasing Role Of Industry, Marketing, And Consumer Logics In Late Twentieth Century And Early Twenty First Century Health Care


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