put the name of the equivalent BRAND product on their labels

Generic drug manufacturers will soon be able to put the name of the equivalent BRAND product on their labels.

For example, Barr will be able to put "AB to Coumadin" on their bottles of warfarin.

These equivalency codes must come from the FDA's Orange Book.

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