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What is Generic Warfarina?
Generic Warfarina, like all generics, is the name given to the
prescription Warfarin medication manufactured by any company other than the
original inventor of Warfarina. The only true difference between brand name Warfarina
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Related products: Coumadin, Coumafene, Marevan, Uniwarfin, Warafin, Warfarinum, Warfilone, Warfarin (generic name).
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