... formulation??? This included Ustell but several others.
Hello jxcx. I understand your concern, but there more often than not, is a difference between the generic and non-generic drug. Sometimes its hardly noticeable, and sometimes, theres a larger difference. It really varies from one drug to the other. The generic, because of FDA laws, must come within a certain margin, percentage, of working much as the non-generic. The patents do protect the non-generic from being cloned, identical. Its the ways of the medical drug industry. Best of wishes,pledge
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