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Why do generic medicines look different from the reference medicine?

The generic medicine may differ from the reference medicine in terms of its appearance, colour or shape. Different generic medicines may also look different from one another. Manufacturers may use different inactive ingredients and colouring agents and the final product may also have a different shape. Despite these variations, all generic preparations must meet the same strict regulatory requirements, designed to ensure the safety of the products.

 

10 Nov 2015