Update on Generic Rx: Approach with Caution

To save money, many people with ADHD take generic medications. Their physicians—and pharmacists—assure them that these generics have “bioequivalence” with the brand-name version. Unfortunately, that is rarely the case. Dangerously so, in some cases. The ADHD Roller Coaster covered this topic a few months ago: (Consumer Reports on Autos? Yes. On ADHD Medications? No!) A Consumer Reports … Continue reading Update on Generic Rx: Approach with Caution