Big name corporations want the public to think that generic drugs are not effective due to them wanting to charge more money for the same brand name drug. Generic drugs are designed to have the same side effects and curing agents as brand name drugs. I say generic drugs save the consumer money and act the same as brand name drugs!
generic drugs can be and in most cases are as safe and effective as name brand drugs. All you have to do is look at the labels to see what is in the drug and its effects. The only reason they get a bad wrap is because of brand loyalty.
What are generic drugs? Generic drugs are the same as name-brand drugs, just cheaper. Is there really a difference between the two? No, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) tests both types of drugs extensively. The FDA makes sure that both drugs have all the correct labels and make sure that they are safe. The only difference between generic drugs and name-brand drugs is the price. Most companies make both types so that people who can't afford name brand drugs can still get the generic drugs. They also make the name-brand drugs so that people who prefer them can get them.
Generic drugs are formulated to be the exact same drugs. The ingredients will be the same, the side effects will be the same, and the treatments will all be the same. The only difference is that the trademark monopoly on the name brand drug will have expired, which allows other companies to manufacture more affordable versions of them.