Dr. Jeremy Greene talked about his book, Generic: The Unbranding of Modern Medicine, about the rise of the generic drug industry in the United States and the differences between brand name drugs and their generic counterparts. This interview was conducted at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore and is part of Book TV’s College Series. close
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Jeremy Greene M.D. Assocaite Professor Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
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