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assessing generic companies

Posted by Emme on September 29, 2004, at 15:03:26

In reply to Re: Pfizer's response to Dr. Rost's statements ghost, posted by Larry Hoover on September 28, 2004, at 9:37:24

The latest. I targeted a few accredited online Canadian pharmacies to ask them who supplies them with generic lamotrigine. So far two have responded. The names they've given are Apotex, Pharmscience, and Ratio-Pharm. One of them only listed Apotex. The other listed all 3 and I don't know what that means for consistency. how do I find out if these are reliable manufacturers? Perhaps I have to take it on faith that they're okay because the pharmacies are accredited. My local pharmacist is only familiar with Teva, Geneva, Ivax, and Greenstone.

This whole exercise is making me question whether I really should be on meds anymore in the first place, especially since I think the depression has been less extreme since switching from clonazepam to xanax. All quite subjective of course. My pdoc and T would argue quite strenuously against me dropping them. I'm going through one of my "is the cure worse then the ailment?" phases. I want to throw them all out.

Too bad Dr. Bob moved this post over from meds board. I think discussion of the reliability of online meds is would be better over there.





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