22 Nov 2010
The earliest that an approved version of generic Evista could be available is in July 2012, when the first patent for the drug expires. So-called generic versions may be available on the Internet, but there is no way of knowing how safe these drugs are or if you are even getting genuine Evista. Once the patent expires, generic versions will likely be widely available.
- Evista Information for Consumers
- Evista Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Evista (detailed)
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I have been on evista since june. late July I started getting a burning sensation in my throat.
1 answer • 20 Sep 2010
My wife was taking Evista for several years before being diagnosed with breast cancer. Should she continue to take Evista?
0 answers • 20 Jul 2011
Lilly has just obtained a temporary restraining order against its sale in the U.S. by Teva Pharmaceuticals.
0 answers • 15 Apr 2014
Has anyone experienced a difference between the effectiveness of (or any other difference) evista and generic raloxifene?
0 answers • 24 Sep 2014