Description: Epivir-HBV (Lamivudine) is used in combination with other medications to treat human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) infection in patients with acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS). Epivir-HBV (Lamivudine) is not a cure and may not decrease the number of HIV-related illnesses. Epivir-HBV (Lamivudine) does not prevent the spread of HIV to other people. Epivir-HBV (Lamivudine) is also used to treat hepatitis B infection. HIV/AIDS treatment. Your pharmacist may know of alternate uses for Epivir-HBV (Lamivudine). Click for more Epivir-HBV details.
What is Generic Epivir-HBV?
Generic Epivir-HBV, like all generics, is the name given to the
prescription Lamivudine medication manufactured by any company other than the
original inventor of Epivir-HBV. The only true difference between brand name Epivir-HBV
and generic Epivir-HBV is that generic Epivir-HBV is always less expensive.
Also known as: 3TC, Epivir, Heptovir, Lamivudina, Lamivudinum, Lamvir, Zeffix, Lamivudine (generic name).
Generic Epivir-HBV is at OpenRxShop
|*** SAVE 5% to 10% MORE WITH DISCOUNT COUPON: MAvU6EZMU3 ***|
Generic Epivir-HBV , Lamivir, Lamvir, Trioday, Triomune, and Zeffix are at Freedom Pharmacy
|*** SAVE 5% MORE WITH DISCOUNT CODE: MYN-05 ***|
|Duovir||300 mg/150 mg||30 tablets||$267.17||Order|
|Lamivir||300 mg||100 tablets||$158.56||Order|
|Lamvir||150 mg||30 tablets||$139.39||Order|
|Trioday||300/300/600 mg||2 x 30 tablets||$446.10||Order|
|Trioday||300/300/600 mg||3 x 30 tablets||$619.50||Order|
|Trioday||300/300/600 mg||30 tablets||$264.22||Order|
|Triomune||150/30/200 mg||30 tablet||$84.48||Order|
|Triomune||150/40/200 mg||30 tablets||$85.78||Order|
|Zeffix||100 mg||28 tablets||$418.18||Order|
Buy Generic Epivir-HBV - No Prior Prescription Needed*
How To Buy Generic Epivir-HBV Online
Buy discount generic Epivir-HBV (Lamivudine) online by clicking on one of the low
prices shown. You'll be sent to our secure shopping cart where you can safely
complete your transaction.
Epivir-HBV - Health Bulletin
Cancer Doctors Don't Discuss Herbs, Supplements With Patients
MONDAY, Jan. 5, 2015 (HealthDay News) -- Despite concerns about potentially dangerous interactions between cancer treatments and herbs and other supplements, most cancer doctors don't talk to their patients about these products, new research found.
Fewer than half of cancer doctors -- oncologists -- bring up the subject of herbs or supplements with their patients, the researchers found. Many doctors cited their own lack of information as a major reason why they skip that conversation.Read entire article...
Please verify your local import regulations; the ability for a pharmacy to
offer a medication without a prescription does not negate any local requirement
you may have.
NOTICE: By using this site, you agree to verify and comply with your
country's rules and regulations should you undertake to purchase from any of
the listed pharmacies.