Mar 23, 2008
Dear Doc, I'm planning to move in South America and the local insurance companies do not cover pre existing conditions. I'm succesfully on Atripla since two years. Do you think 'd be a problem switching to the cheaper generic made by Cipla (Viraday)? Any manifacturing problem you are aware of? Thank you so much. Best, Alex
| Response from Dr. Young
Thanks for your post.
Cipla's Viraday is a generic equivalent of the branded product Atripla. While not available in the US or Europe, Viraday should be a safe alternative.
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