Category Archives: Differences in Generic Drugs

Brain-Eating Amoeba

Of all the infections that one can get from living a so-called ordinary life, this one is about as lethal as any I’ve come across in the past. The disease is called primary amoebic meningoencephalitis, or PAM for short. Fortunately, … Continue reading

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Generic Drugs – All Smoke and Mirrors?

When people discover that I’m a pharmacist and that I practiced for over 40 years before becoming a full-time writer, some of the inevitable questions I get asked are, “What about generics?” “Are they really the same as brand name … Continue reading

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