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April 23, 2018 Issue

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Volume 96, Issue 17

Change in the finished-dose generic drug business is creating openings, albeit modest ones, for pharmaceutical ingredient makers

Cover:Hand shaking a bottle of generic pills

Credit: Yang H. Ku/C&EN

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Turmoil in generics brings opportunity for fine chemicals firms

Change in the finished-dose generic drug business is creating openings, albeit modest ones, for pharmaceutical ingredient makers

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