The 30% price hike will only reduce the list of medicines paid for by the health ministry and increase the number of medicines you have to pay for Soon after the breakup of the former Yugoslavia, especially after the sanctions were imposed, the federal and republican governments exerted huge pressure on the pharmaceutical industry to […]
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