Cutting Drug Costs Down to Size
Do you think you’re spending too much on your prescription medications? You’re probably
right! But the good news is that there are a number of commonly prescribed brand name drugs scheduled to lose their patents this year. This opens the way for new, lower cost generic
versions of these medications to become available.
Among the medications scheduled for generic release this year are:
Actonel (Osteoporosis) June, 2014
Copaxone (Multiple Sclerosis) May 2014
Detrol LA (Urinary Incontinence) March, 2014
Evista (Osteoporosis) March, 2014
Lunesta (Sleep Disorders) May 2014
Lovanza (Hihg Cholesterol) 2014
Nasonex (Nasal Allergies) 2014
Nexium (Ulcers) May 2014
Restasis (Dry Eyes) May 2014
You can find out whether a drug is available as a generic version by visiting the commercial website www.GoodRx.com and searching for the drug by name and ask your doctor for more information.