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If color or shape of generic pills changes, patients may stop taking them
Brady Dennis
July 14, 2014

Generic medications that are identical on the inside can look different on the outside, depending on the manufacturer. But those differences in shape and color could be causing confusion among patients, leading some to stop taking much-needed medications, according to a new study. Aaron Kesselheim, assistant professor of medicine at Brigham and Women's Hospital, is a senior investigator on the study.

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