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Most patients believe generics are less expensive and offer greater value than brand-name medications, and believe Americans should use generic medications, but only 36 percent prefer to use generics.
Some areas of the country consistently used a high percentage of brand-name drugs, while others consistently used a high percentage of generics.
As part of its brand-name promotion plan, the company has launched a series of advertising campaigns including using container trucks in 100 cities in mainland China to carry the company's brand name advertisements.
Generic competition usually results in lower prices on the brand-name version as well.
What's the difference between a generic and a brand-name medication?
If you're thinking of switching from a brand-name prescription medication to a generic one, you are not unlike millions of people who have realized they may save thousands of dollars annually.
Although many health experts believe brand-name drugs are better than generics when it comes to treating cardiovascular disease, a recent review of pharmaceutical studies found no evidence the often pricier brand-name drugs perform differently than generics.
Generic heart drugs work just as well as the brand-name treatments they mimic at a fraction of the cost, according to a new analysis that challenges why some people still have doubts about generics' benefits after almost 25 years.
The generic equivalents will provide consumers with a more affordable version of the brand-name medication.