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generic

adjective applicable to a class, blanket, broad, collective, common, comprehensive, general, inexact, nonexclusive, nonspecific, not particuuar, not special, sweeping, universal, unspecified, wide
Associated concepts: generic name, trade name, trademark
See also: broad, omnibus, unspecified
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At the time, there was a market estimated at more than $700 million annually in the United States for Cardizem CD and its generic bioequivalents.
Generic companies will be slower to develop these formulations if the U.
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Fluxoteine, the generic version of Prozac, is among the drugs included in the coupon program.
The province invites bids on contracts for high volume drugs listed on its provincial formulary by generic drug manufacturers.
Venezuela, Latin America's fourth largest pharmaceutical market, is also engaged in strengthening its patent protection and now requires tough testing standards for generic drugs.
Of the 12 generic drugs available through GenericSelect, most target common indications including depression, high cholesterol, high blood pressure, diabetes and arthritis pain.
The company sets thresholds for generic substitutions, and the dispensing fee increases when the pharmacy meets the minimum threshold.
The Summit on Generics in Burkina Faso will be a place to share information among those seeking wider access to AIDS medicine.
The number of authorized generic agreements apparently peaked in 2006 13
com/reports/c50637) has announced the addition of 'Generic Handbook: A Guide to the Generic Drug Industry in the US, 2007 Edition' to their offering.
Opens the Door for Worldwide Marketing of First Generic Alternative to Standard-of-Care Medical Devices

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