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Japan's health minister told to 'work up sweat' on spending reform

Shiozaki, seated far left, has his work cut out for him.

TOKYO -- Japan's health minister on Tuesday proposed increasing the use of generic drugs but skipped over bolder cost-cutting recommendations by advisers from outside the government  -- prompting a call from a fellow cabinet member to push harder.

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