... manufactured? Possibly have all of our refills done either at different times throughout the year or all at once - which would be the best approach? And has anyone ever asked the company that manufactures this drug how they would prefer to refill prescriptions to make it a viable product for them? We need to work in conjunction with the drug Company to ensure continued production
There isn't alot we can do. There are several reason a drug may no longer be made. One is that the brand name is no longer making money because of generics, but generics would still be available. The other is the FDA finds an issue with the drug. A third is if the materials needed to make it are no longer available. There aren't a lot of anti arrythmics, so I doubt if this one will be stopped any time soon.
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