Vytorin Vs. Generic Statin

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robert Says:

Due to costs, etc, interested in replacing Vytorin 10/80 with a generic Zocor.

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Verwon Says:

It really depends on your own body, generics work well for some people and for some, they don't.

Under U.S. Federal Law, generic medications are allowed to differ in the active ingredient by as much as PLUS OR MINUS 20%, so that made by one company may contain the correct dosage and that made by another company may not.

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