"A" rated generics meet the same quality standards as brand name prescription drugs. A drug that is "A" rated by the FDA as a generic equivalent contains identical active ingredients as the brand name drug, the same dosage as the brand name drug, and delivers the same amount of drug to the bloodstream within the same amount of time. Other than the price, there is little difference, although the shape or color of the generic is likely to be different from the brand name.
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- How much will I save with the ScriptSave WellRx card?
- How do I get my Pharmacy Savings card?
- How can I use my ScriptSave WellRx Card for Savings on medications for my pets?
- Is there a discount for Pet Care?
- Can I save on drugs for my pets?
- What if there is no generic available?
- How do I know if a generic is "A" rated?
- Are generic prescription drugs really as good as brand name drugs?
- What if my pharmacy won't take my ScriptSave WellRx card?
- Do all pharmacies accept the ScriptSave WellRx Card?