Lci 1355

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Russell Wayne Says:
 
LCI 1355 Hydromorphone, Mfg by Lannett Company, Inc. (Far less than standard of active ingredient) This product should be disqualified from medicare part D. Where can I send it for evaluation?

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Verwon Says:
 
How do you know it doesn't have enough of the active ingredient?

Learn more Hydromorphone details here.

Have you had it lab tested?

Are you sure it just doesn't work as well for you?

Are you aware that there's an allowable difference of plus or minus 20%?

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