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Healthy Skepticism Library item: 9537

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Publication type: Journal Article

Zellmer WA.
Generic drug products.
Am J Hosp Pharm 1989 Oct; 46:(10):2005


Abstract:

The controversy regarding the illegal and unethical activities by some generic drug companies and Food and Drug Administration (FDA) employees and the responsibilities of pharmacists in selecting generic drug products are discussed. The matter has called into question the quality of multisource prescription drug products. This issue is of direct and immediate concern to pharmacists, the health professionals responsible for selecting the source of drug products dispensed to patients, and especially to pharmacists involved in bid purchasing of pharmaceuticals.

Keywords:
Therapeutic Equivalency* United States United States Food and Drug Administration

 

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