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Is there any difference between Rasagiline and Rasagiline mesylate?



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Is there any difference between Rasagiline and Rasagiline mesylate?

Answer:

No, there isn't any difference between Rasagiline and Rasagiline mesylate. 

 

Generic versions of medications are sometimes referred to by the chemical name of the active ingredient (rasagiline mesylate), and are sometimes shortened to only list the chemical base of the active ingredient (rasagiline). 

 

Rasagiline mesylate is the active ingredient in the brand-name product Azilect, a prescription medication used in the treatment of Parkinson's disease. It can aid in improving certain symptoms of Parkinson's, such as shakiness and stiffness. 

 

 

Rasagiline Savings

 

The average U.S. retail per pill cost of Rasagiline mesylate 1 mg is currently $20.76.

 

At PharmacyChecker-verified international online pharmacies, you can order Rasagiline for as low as $0.47 per pill. That's a 98% savings! 

 

Compare prices for Rasagiline mesylate 0.5 mg and 1 mg among verified international online pharmacies on our website. 

 

 

International online pharmacies listed on our website are reviewed and approved through the PharmacyChecker Verification Program

 

 

Published 11/30/17




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