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Generic drugs: don’t ask, just tell
- By Patrick J. Skerrett, Former Executive Editor, Harvard Health
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Patrick J. Skerrett, Former Executive Editor, Harvard Health
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As you recognize, the medication in Propecia and therefore the 5mg generic area unit constant, simply completely different dosages. Cutting the 5mg pill shouldn’t turn out something completely different from the 1mg name whole pill. i assume you may return to attempting the name whole Propecia to visualize if that creates any distinction, however i might be stunned if it did.
You posting are wonderful and informative.
does anyone here have any tendency to turn to wholelistic medication? acupuncture perhaps?
Generic drugs are really effective as that of brand drugs. I stopped brand and started taking generics. Here is one information that is really good, which I read from International Drug Mart.
Very insightful information. Thank you!
I totally agree that every new habit begins with mental shifts
The fact remains that avoiding quest for brand-name drug is indeed a tough one.
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