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Discussion “Comparsion of the Bieoquvalence of Generic Versus Branded Clozapine”


Published: April 1, 2001

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Dr. Meyer: How does the evidence presented today speak to the issues of bioavailability, bioequivalence, and interchangeability for clozapine? Are we convinced that there is no problem whatsoever with the 100-mg tablet of the generic product?

Dr. Lam: I think the reverse is true.

Dr. Glazer: The signal that is emerging from the available studies gives us reason for concern.

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