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Re: Potency of Ritalin vs. generic

Posted by Caleb462 on January 19, 2003, at 1:02:11

In reply to Potency of Ritalin vs. generic, posted by BrittPark on January 18, 2003, at 12:25:25

I've heard people say stuff like this lots of times, but I just don't buy it. 10 mg methylphenidate is 10 mg methylphenidate. 20 mg paroxetine is 20 mg paroxetine. 1 mg risperidone is 1 mg risperidone. There is no difference in the pills other than inactive ingredients (dyes, binding agents, etc.).




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