One town in Virginia is set to become a U.S. hub to fill generic drug gap
In the U.S., 90% of the medications we take are generic and almost all are made overseas. Now, entrepreneurs are creating businesses in Petersburg, Virginia, to produce essential pharmaceuticals to help ease the generic drug shortage.
Sandy Hausman of WVTF reports.
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