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Calm, rational thoughts wanted

…now I know these are hard to come by on hair-loss forums :wink: , but would appreciate any calm, rational thoughts on Indian drugs.

Just switched from regular avodart to Dr Reddys dutas (and have ordered some duprost as well). - I’ve since read various stories about how these drugs are not as good / junk / ineffective etc.

Is there really any truth in these? I mean, Cipla and Dr. Reddy’s are well respected, multi-billion dollar businesses, are there really any differences between their drugs and the patented version?

Thanks in advance for any (rational!) thoughts.

» …now I know these are hard to come by on hair-loss forums :wink: , but would
» appreciate any calm, rational thoughts on Indian drugs.
»
» Just switched from regular avodart to Dr Reddys dutas (and have ordered
» some duprost as well). - I’ve since read various stories about how these
» drugs are not as good / junk / ineffective etc.
»
» Is there really any truth in these? I mean, Cipla and Dr. Reddy’s are
» well respected, multi-billion dollar businesses, are there really any
» differences between their drugs and the patented version?
»
» Thanks in advance for any (rational!) thoughts.

Cipla and Dr. Reddys are public companies. I m sure they have 1st grade quality control.

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