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Bob Says:

Is the medication, SENOSIBRATE, a generic for TRICOR ?

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gmorgan Says:

my sis has recurring cancer & is scheduled for surgery on the 9th .. in a lot of pain, doctor gave her a shot of dilotid today .. what does this mean ?

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Verwon Says:

Dilaudid is a narcotic analgesic that contains the active ingredient Hydromorphone and is used to relieve pain.

Side effects may include nausea, dizziness, drowsiness and constipation.

You can learn more Dilaudid details here.

Bob, the correct name of the active ingredient is Fenofibrate, it's used to help lower cholesterol.

You can learn more Fenofibrate details here.

Are there any other questions?

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