If you are reading this page, you are wondering about why someone would want to choose generic medication over the brand name equivalent. The answer is quite straight-forward.
Brand name medicines are expensive. There are very good reasons for that. Generic medication is far less expensive, and works in the exact same manner as the branded version (this is called bio-equivalence). The are two main reasons why generics are less expensive:
1) Companies who invent a new medicine are granted a patent monopoly which provides them the ability to set their prices as high as they want. This is called market exclusivity, and the manufacturers will attempt to extend this for as long as they possibly can. Typically, brand name medicines are "on-patent" for a period ranging from 7 to 12 years.
2) Generic manufacturers in India can make it for far less and have invested less money on research, and on marketing. Plus the courts in India continue to protect the ability of their pharmaceutical manufacturers to be able to create high quality generic medication!
This is why we can offer your generic HIV medications for a fraction of the cost!