Celebrex is protected by a patent that prevents any generic versions from being manufactured until 2014. However, once the patent expires on brand-name Celebrex, a generic version will likely be made. Sometimes, people confuse the primary ingredient in a drug with a generic version. Celecoxib, for example, is not a generic version of Celebrex -- it's the active ingredient in it.
- Celebrex Information for Consumers
- Celebrex Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Celebrex (detailed)
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