[IP] Re:Syringes and Cipro-AMAZING!
Isn't this just amazing? I couldn't believe my eyes when I looked at
the drug maker...I never buy generic and this got through this time. I too
rushed home and looked the company up. Low and behold there it was listed
as bright as day. This is really hard for me to understand; we can't buy
drugs from Canada where they have some of the most strict production laws
around but we buy from Hyderabad! I have been there several times and I
would NEVER take a drug produced in that area. You can't find decent water
there anyplace. There is hardly a place to sit that is not covered in dung.
I just can't believe what is happening to the drug system.
Thanks for reaffirming what I saw.
Date: Mon, 17 Jan 2005 15:58:15 -0800
From: "Bob Kerns" <email @ redacted>
Subject: RE: [IP] Re: Syringes and Cipro
Just a couple of clarifications: my concern with the name had nothing to
with the Indian surname,
but rather the words "home remedy" and the use of an individual name with
title, in the old style
for old snake-oil remedies. I was actually reassured when I saw it was
based in India, as
it countered my initial impression.
And it's the *company* that's 20 years old, not "Dr. Reddy".
Finally, here's another URL if that one doesn't work: http://tinyurl
I think I've actually had generics from them in the past (via Rite Aide);
just haven't seen the
bottles. I'll ask my pharmacist to see one next time. ;=)
- -----Original Message-----
From: email @ redacted
[mailto:email @ redacted] On Behalf Of
Sent: Monday, January 17, 2005 12:16
I would be VERY CONCERNED if I got something from Rite Aide that said "Dr.
Reddy's Home Remedies".
Being concerned on your behalf, I did a little web searching.
To my GREAT surprise, this looks legitimate! Dr. Reddy's is a 20-year-old
manufacturer (in Hyderabad, a major tech center there), publicly traded in
US and England.
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