Generic medicines, by definition, are medicines whose original patent has expired and may now be made by other manufacturers aside from the initial creator. Rachel Mallet, Veterinary Surgeon and Territory Manager for Bimeda, discusses the ways in which these new medications are tested and proven to be as effective as the brand leader, and summarises the benefits of using these cheaper alternatives in terms of maintaining efficacy whilst being more affordable to the end user.

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