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hi i would like to know if there is a big difference between generic Prezista and Truvada end the genuine
i live in the dominican republic and here the government have a free public program for people with hiv and a doctor told me tha it will be way better for my brother to take the expensive genuine at least one time because he has stopped the treatment for over a year and now he has also tb
please, let me know, sorry for my english because here we speak spanish
The brand of medicine prescribed is usually the discretion of the doctor. Theoretically, both generic and branded medications have the same active ingredient that would have the same effect. The TB infection should also be treated accordingly. Take care and best regards.
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