"A" rated generics meet the same quality standards as brand name prescription drugs and thus provide the same medical benefits. A drug that is "A" rated by the FDA as a generic equivalent contains identical active ingredients as the brand name drug, the same dosage as the brand name drug, and delivers the same concentrations of drug to the bloodstream within the same amount of time. Other than the price, there is little difference when comparing generic vs brand name drugs, although the shape or color of the generic you buy is likely to be different from brand name medicines. Contact us if you have additional questions about generic vs brand name drugs.
Generics Vs Brand Names
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