Are They Going To Stop Production Of Nadolol

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David Says:

I haven't come across any specific details stating whether or not Nadolol or any of its brand names are going to be discontinued. Did you hear this news from your local pharmacist?

I would probably recommend contacting the manufacturer directly if you are wondering whether or not they are going to continue making that drug. This type of information is usually best taken from the source itself. In the meantime though, it may be a good idea to talk to your doctor about other similar alternatives.

I hope this helps!

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