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MCV/Q, Medical College of Virginia Quarterly
The truth about generic equivalency has not yet been determined. The arguments in the generic equivalency controversy are confounded by names, proprietary (trademark, brand name) as opposed to non-proprietary (generic, branded-generic), yet quality of the products is not necessarily related to any name. The efficacy and not the name of the product is important. The crucial question to ask is whether the product is clinically or therapeutically effective, giving reliable and uniform results.
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