Collect information about generic medicines and discuss them in the class


Generic medicines contain the same active ingredients as brand name medications in the same strength. When a medication is first developed it belongs to the pharmaceutical company that discovers and sells the new medicine and get the patent for 20 years. A generic version of the drug may become available after the patent expires. Generics are sold under the chemical name of the drug or generic and follow the same FDA consistency and effectiveness requirements as the original one.

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