Generic A.D.H.D. Drug, Not Equivalent to the Brand, Is in Use Anyway

By Katie Thomas — From nytimes.com June 18, 2015 1,717 1 1

When Dr. Louis Kraus, a chief of child psychiatry at a hospital in Chicago, writes prescriptions for patients who have attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder, he often chooses Concerta, an extended-release form of the drug Ritalin that gives patients relief from their symptoms for as long as 12 hours.

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Formbone67
Formbone67 August 12, 2015 at 7:37 pm   
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I am on Concerta and have been for awhile now. It has been a miracle medication.