Lactose Free Allopurinol

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jim1943 Says:
 
Does anyone know of a manufacturer producing lactose-free allopurinol? (Not Actavis, Accord, Aurobindo or Aspen).

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DavidC Says:
 
Mylan Lab has lactose-free allopurinol. But recently it raised the price by more than five fold.

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