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Rasalect ( Azilect, Generic Rasagiline )
The first patent for Azilect currently expires in February 2012. This is the earliest foreseeable date that a generic version of Azilect could become available. However, other circumstances could come up to extend or shorten this exclusivity period. This could include such things as lawsuits or other patents for specific Azilect uses. Once the patent expires, several companies likely will begin manufacturing a generic Azilect drug.
Rasagiline is the active ingredient in Azilect, but is not a generic version of it. What can be confusing is that, oftentimes, the active ingredient of any drug is referred to as the "generic name." The generic name is different from a generic version of a medicine.
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