By John MackeyThe most important thing to know about generic drugs is that they’re available almost everywhere.

There’s no need to go anywhere and try to find a cheaper one.

But it’s a huge problem.

There are only so many generic drugs available in a given market, and you don’t always know which drugs are available where, and how much you’ll have to pay.

In fact, when you consider how expensive it is to buy a generic drug, it can be really expensive to be patient-centric, too.

For this reason, the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has proposed requiring generic drugs to be more affordable than the equivalent generic drugs.

That’s the goal of a new effort, called the Generic Drug Price Transparency Project (GDPPTF).

The goal is to help consumers understand how much generic drugs are out there, so they can compare prices.

In a nutshell, the FDA is proposing that generic drugs should be priced based on their generic counterparts, not the prices of comparable generics.

That means generic drugs shouldn’t be cheaper than the cheaper generic drugs, and that they should be cheaper for consumers to get.

So far, the government has been able to accomplish this with only a handful of generic drugs and a handful different generics (or generic drugs that were sold separately).

However, the Federal Trade Commission is proposing to get to a whole lot more.

It’s proposing to require generic drugs be priced using a formula that takes into account the cost of the generic drug compared to the cost and benefit of a comparable drug, which means that if generic drugs don’t match up to a generic in the formula, they shouldn’t have to compete with it.

The FTC is proposing this in a draft of the proposed rule that was published on Tuesday.

The draft is in draft form, but it contains several important changes that could make it even more helpful to consumers.

Here are some of the key changes that are being proposed in the proposed regulation:There are currently two sets of prices for generic drugs: the generic generic price that the FDA requires, and the average price that generic drug companies have to sell to Medicare.

The FDA is currently requiring generic prices based on generic drug prices that are “based on the average cost of comparable generic drugs in a specified market.”

The FDA wants to change that.

It wants generic drugs priced based not only on the cost, but also on the value of the drug, a process called cost-benefit analysis.

The goal of this is to determine whether generic drugs make the product more affordable, or less.

The FDA has proposed that generic prices for a generic should be based on the actual value of a generic product, not just the average value.

In other words, if generic prices are based on an average of the price of a competitor’s generic, they should not be based solely on the price.

The proposed rule also requires that generic pharmaceutical companies should include price data in their marketing materials.

The proposed rule requires that pharmaceutical companies include price information in their drug labels, and for generics, they’ll have the option to include price in their labels.

The current rule only requires generic drug labels to list the price as “effective price” and to give a generic price at the beginning of each drug’s labeling.

However, the proposed rules also include other types of price information, including price ranges.

This means that generic medications will include the lowest price for a drug that is sold in a generic.

For example, the average generic price for generic medications is currently $8.49 per tablet, which is a bit higher than the generic price of $8 per tablet.

But generic drug makers can choose to include prices of between $3.99 and $5.99 per tablet as well.

The FTC is also proposing that these generics also include a list of generic prices.

For example, if a generic costs $8 and a competitor has a generic costing $6.99, generic drugmakers will include prices between $8 to $11.50 per tablet on their labels and on their drug packages.

This means that generics can include prices that match the generic prices, which could help consumers compare generic drugs at a lower price.

It also means that companies could include price ranges, like $5 per tablet and $4.99 for a one-month trial.

It means that consumers can compare generic medications at a price that reflects the price that is most affordable for them, and is the lowest priced generics that are available.

The new rule is also proposed to change the way generic drug manufacturers are allowed to market generic drugs by allowing generics to be marketed using branded drugs.

Generic drugs could then only be marketed to Medicare and other government programs that have a financial incentive to buy generic drugs from generic drug firms.

This would allow generic drugmaker to compete directly with generic drug vendors, but would prevent generic drug producers from selling their own branded drugs and