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Brand Name vs Generic Drugs: Which Is Better?

15 Apr: Brand Name vs Generic Drugs: Which Is Better?

Is it worth paying more for the name brand?  That’s a question people are always asking themselves.  Should I buy the name brand toilet paper or is a no-name brand just fine?  There are times when spending more on the name brand means you will receive a higher quality product.  There are also times when it doesn’t matter one way or the other.  After all, a plain white cotton t-shirt is a plain white cotton t-shirt, right?  So where do prescription and over-the-counter medications fall into this brand name vs generic drugs debate?  Fortunately, you will get the same quality in a generic version of a medication as you get with the brand name. Rigorous Testing Prescription and over-the-counter drugs…

Here's a Quick Way to Compare Prescription Prices Online & Save 76%

04 Mar: Here’s a Quick Way to Compare Prescription Prices Online & Save 76%

The cost of prescription drugs in America continues to increase with each passing year. Fortunately, there are several options for consumers who seek to lower their prescription expenses. Patients can consult with their physicians or insurance providers in order to find lower cost medications or they can compare prescription prices online or by visiting various pharmacies in their area. How Much Can You Really Save? Based on data collected by eDrugSearch.com’s new case study, it is estimated that the average consumer can save as much as 76 percent by purchasing domestically manufactured prescription medications from online international distributors. In some cases, drugs like Cymbalta can be purchased at a discount of up to 90 percent. As you can see, when…

23 Jun: What’s the difference between brand-name and generic drugs?

In the United States, we’re trained virtually from birth to value brand names — in fact, often to overvalue them. Did you know, for example, that when large corporations buy one another, they often have to pay millions — or even billions — of dollars for something accountants call “intangible assets”? One of these assets — called “goodwill” — can be thought of as the value of the brand. It reflects the profits a company makes over and above what you’d expect from the tangible assets alone, simply because of its reputation. Big pharmaceutical companies want you to buy into the value of brands when purchasing prescription medications — so you’ll pay more for them. That’s one of the reasons…