... threw Johnson &johnson now I receive remicade threw insurance Now their not working do think it's a different formula?
You should read the active and inactive ingredients listed on the packaging of both medications to see if they match... sometimes a generic medication doesn't work as well as the branded version... it doesn't make a lot of sense, as it is contains the same thing, but in some cases people are particularly sensitive to any tiny changes. If all ingredients are the same on both packaging, ask your insurance company if they will continue to supply you with the branded med
- Remicade Information for Consumers
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- Side Effects of Remicade (detailed)
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