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  • Mr. Kleinrock said drug sales will increase dramatically in 2014 when President Obama's health care law takes full effect, as an estimated 30 million uninsured Americans will have greater access to the products.

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  • "While the growth rate is really low, it's recovering through the period," Mr. Kleinrock said. "The U.S. is still the largest market. It's still where companies get most of their money."

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