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Generic Drug Questions: When Will Generic Actos Be Available in the U.S.?

We get a a lot of questions about  Takeda’s blockbuster diabetes drug Actos. We constantly get questions from diabetics and their families about “When will Actos go generic?”, “Why can’t I buy generic Actos yet?” and “Where can I find affordable, generic Actos? Well, unfortunately for diabetics and their families, even though the Actos patents . . . → Read More: Generic Drug Questions: When Will Generic Actos Be Available in the U.S.?

Could a Generic Drug Which Costs Pennies Really Treat Cancer?

We don’t know about you, but we’re kind of fed up with prescription drugs which can cost tens of thousands of dollars at this point. Between Avastin, Neulasta, and others, there are times when we wonder where in the world the affordable prescription drugs went.

So, we were very encouraged when we say an article . . . → Read More: Could a Generic Drug Which Costs Pennies Really Treat Cancer?

Finding Cheaper, More Affordable NovoLog… Somewhere

At more than $125 a pop, it’s probably no surprise that we get lots of questions about trying to find cheaper, more affordable sources for NovoLog. If you have diabetes, NovoLog is one of the most commonly-prescribed insulin treatments, but unfortunately, it’s also one of the most pricey.

And unfortunately, if you’re looking for a . . . → Read More: Finding Cheaper, More Affordable NovoLog… Somewhere

Finding Cheaper, More Affordable Lantus… Somewhere

At almost $125 a pop, it’s probably no surprise that we get lots of questions about trying to find cheaper, more affordable sources for Lantus. If you have diabetes, Lantus is one of the most commonly-prescribed insulin treatments, but unfortunately, it’s also one of the most pricey.

And unfortunately, if you’re looking for a cheaper, . . . → Read More: Finding Cheaper, More Affordable Lantus… Somewhere