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  • Bactrim
    Bactrim
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    Manufacturer`s Suggested Retail Price $1.80
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    Suprax
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    Manufacturer`s Suggested Retail Price $5.40
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    Trimox
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    Manufacturer`s Suggested Retail Price $1.69
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    Furadantin
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    Rulide
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    Manufacturer`s Suggested Retail Price $1.54
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  • Ceftin
    Ceftin
    $2.19
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    Manufacturer`s Suggested Retail Price $12.76
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  • Vibramycin
    Vibramycin
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    Manufacturer`s Suggested Retail Price $2.20
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    Asacol
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    Manufacturer`s Suggested Retail Price $2.10
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    Aralen
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Testimonials
Vanessa, Hermitage
I have received the order and will be playing another shortly.
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Geoffrey Stidworthy, EAST MELBOURNE, Australia
My apologies. I did not know the items were sent separately. I received the second envelope yesterday. Thank you for your help and support. Have a great day.
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