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Celexa's ''foreign'' citizenship!! Jack Smith

Posted by Janelle on March 26, 2003, at 21:59:30

In reply to Patents and Celexa Janelle, posted by Jack Smith on March 26, 2003, at 19:49:34

I forgot that I did know that the manufacturer of Celexa (Forest?) is from another country (Australia?) But what I didn't realize was that Celexa was being used in whatever its country of origin, presumably under a different name!

So, now it makes sense that Celexa actually is about as old as Prozac (which has gone generic!) and is just new in the US.

I thought a patent lasted 17 years (kind of a weird number) because I could swear that the pharmacist told me that when Klonopin (clonazepam) finally went generic a number of years ago.

Sorry to hear that Celexa pooped out on you after only 2 years. Paxil pooped out on me after about 11 or so. What, if any, a-d are you on now?




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