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Is this a new imuran



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Verwon Says:

Hello, Sr! How are you?

The GG logo is actually used on many medications, so while there is a generic Imuran with the GG logo, that doesn't mean that all tablets with that logo are Azathioprine.

It should have GG 210 on it, separated by a score line, it's a beige yellow color and is oval.

Does that match the tablet in question?

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