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The Food and Drug Administration will add insulin to its campaign to increase competition, Bloomberg News explains. The FDA will add insulin products to a list of drugs that have lost their monopoly protections but that still lack a cheap generic version in order to highlight opportunities for generic makers. The agency has already indicated it will expedite review of any application for a product on the list.

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