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Any difference between tricor and fenofibrate?

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21 Oct 2010

I'm assuming you are asking if there is a difference between Tricor (fenofibrate) and fenofibrate generic version.

There should be no therapeutic difference between Tricor and a generic version of fenofibrate. However, some people have problems with generic versions perhaps due you use of different excipients used to make up the tablet.

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