Description: Zemide (Tamoxifen) is an anti-estrogen used to treat or prevent breast cancer. Zemide (Tamoxifen) may also be used to treat other conditions as determined by your doctor. Read more on Zemide.
What is Generic Zemide?
Generic Zemide, like all generics, is the name given to the
prescription Tamoxifen medication manufactured by any company other than the
original inventor of Zemide. The only true difference between brand name Zemide
and generic Zemide is that generic Zemide is always less expensive.
Also known as: Apo-Tamox, Ceadon, Cytotam, Defarol, Dignotamoxi, Emblon, Farmo, Genox, Gen-Tamoxifen, Jenoxifen, Kessar, Ledertam, Mandofen, Mastofen, Noltam, Nolvadex, Nolvadex-D, Noncarcinon, Novo-Tamoxifen, Oncotam, Oxeprax, PMS-Tamoxifen, Riboxifen, Soltamox, Tadex, Tamexin, Tamofen, Tamone, Tamoplex, Tamox, Tamoxan, Tamoxifén, Tamoxifeno, Tamoxifenum, Taxus, Technofen, Teenofen, Testamone, Zitazonium, Tamoxifen (generic name).
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Generic Zemide , Nolvadex C produced by Astrazeneca, Tamox made by 1 A Pharma, Tamoxifen by Hexal, Heumann Pharma & Co. Generica Kg, and Aliud Pharma, and Tamoxifeno produced by Ratiopharm are at Goldpharma
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|Tamoxifen||30 mg||30 tablets||$30.67||Order|
|Tamoxifen||40 mg||100 tablets||$59.04||Order|
|Tamoxifeno||10 mg||100 tablets||$20.17||Order|
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