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Wellbutrin XL is a once-a-day antidepressant that has become quite popular. Some patients have found that a generic substitute does not work in quite the same way. An investigation by ConsumerLab.com showed a striking difference in the way the two drugs dissolve.
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Guests: Tod Cooperman, MD, president of ConsumerLab.com
Hugo Stephenson, MD, President of iGuard.org
Tieraona Low Dog, MD, Director of Education for the Program in Integrative Medicine at the University of Arizona, Clinical Assistant Professor in the Department of Medicine and Clinical Lecturer for the University of Arizona College of Pharmacy
Christopher Gardner, PhD, Director of Nutrition Studies, Stanford Prevention Research Center at Stanford University.