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generic

Unappealing due to being plain or basic. But Mom, I want my dream prom gown, not just some generic dress right off the rack!

generic

(dʒəˈnɛrɪk)
mod. cheap; plain; undesirable. I don’t want any old generic car, I want something with power and good looks.
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One of the key highlights of the report is that over 300 online deal records of actual Generic Pharmaceutical deals, as disclosed by the deal parties, are included towards the end of the report in a directory format - by company A-Z, stage of development, deal type, therapy focus, and technology type - that is easy to reference.
Here, pharmacies can work together with insurers to manage care for patients who have to change to a generic drug for financial reasons, or even from one generic to another.
However, there were rumours on social media which said that generic medicines were being sold at much lower rates compared to the originator brands.
STRINGENT STANDARDS Importantly, generics should not be mistaken for counterfeits, which are illegally manufactured copies that may or may not contain the same active ingredient(s) as branded drugs.
These early benefits may also help to reduce the number of application review cycles ultimately decreasing the time it takes for the generic drug to receive approval.
Figure 3: Frequency of generic medicine prescription by the participants Yes, always 33.18% 47.93% 12.44% 6.45% Note: Table made from pie chart.
This variability can and does occur during manufacturing, for both brand-name and generic medicines.
Based on application, the global branded generics market is segmented into the following:
The use of generics in South Africa (SA) is growing in line with trends in the UK and the USA--but is still nowhere near their levels.
According to the company, the authorised generic version of Arava has the identical chemical makeup as the original Arava first approved by the US FDA in 1998.
In 2013, the DOH reported that 25 years after the enactment of the generics law, unbranded medicines had gained wider acceptance in the country, with five to six out of 10 Filipinos opting to buy generic drugs.
Several companies may make the same generic medicine, each with their own brand name.
China and many other developing countries will become major transfer destinations of the generic drug industry for further growth.
Do your patients/clients understand what generic drugs are?
for allegedly conspiring to stall sales of competing generic versions of Pfizer's best-selling drug, Lipitor, which treats high cholesterol.
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