big misconception that generics vary by as much as 20% from brand-name drugs

There is a big misconception that generics vary by as much as 20% from brand-name drugs.

Some take this to mean that the amount of drug in the PRODUCT can vary by 20%.  Others think it refers to the amount of drug ABSORBED...or the average BLOOD levels.

These assumptions are wrong.

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