2 May 2010
Yes it does it is called Simvastatin/Niacin. See if your pharmacy carries it. Some do and some don't depending on the need for it and how big they are. Hope this helps you. Meds are so expensive we really need generics, I am told they are just as good as he name brand, even though I sometimes wonder but what do you do if you don't have money for the brand name, half the time it's only a fancier name anyway, why pay more if you don't have to. Hope you find it.
- Simcor Information for Consumers
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- Side Effects of Simcor (detailed)
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