i recently read on another forum that any generic propecia(finaseride) is counterfeit... can this be true? I thought every branded medication has an equal generic. Am i wrong?
I purchased Fincom-1 online.. which claims to be a generic of propecia. Does anyone have experience with this drug?
Well.. I guess you can say that is true.
While patent law is protecting the certain branded medication, any generic medicines contain the active ingredient of that branded medication can be called "counterfeit".
Regardless of reputation and effectiveness of the generic med, its should be called counterfeit. Especially in the countries greatly concern about patent law.
I've been on Fincom-1 since last Dec, I'm sure it is working for me.
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