confusion with generic substitution, especially for drugs with multiple brand names

We're hearing about confusion with generic substitution, especially for drugs with multiple brand names.

It depends on what your state allows.

Alaska, California, and Oklahoma allow using a pharmaceutical equivalent...the same drug, strength, form, and route as the brand.

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