Nadia 
Member since Oct 20, 2009

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Re: “Generics vs. brand drugs: Is there a difference?

Despite your few listed findings to the contrary, most of the time, I think generics are the way to go. As you pointed out generics are the bioequivalent to brand names, and you can't help but think the brand names' extra cost is mainly a result of, well, a name. With that said, I use a website called 'Medtipster' to locate my generics, as the site directs you to reputable pharmacies in your area with those low-cost prescriptions. On Medtipster's homepage, you just type in the medication you need, the dosage and your zip code and the site will send you to the least expensive retailer. If you buy generic at least some of the time, and feel inclined to do so, check out Medtipster's website. Thanks for the article/insight Cecil!

Posted by Nadia MT on 10/20/2009 at 10:49 AM

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