Generic medicines are exact copies of their brand-name medicine versions. However, generic medicines also need to go through the process of getting validation from the FDA. The FDA specifies some standards for generic medicine manufacturing companies to meet them. They approve the medicine for final selling only after the FDA is convinced that all the norms have been followed.

List of Five standards generic medicines should meet

The active ingredients in generic medicines should be the same as the branded version. Medicine/innovator medicine.

Generic medicine companies must provide scientific evidence showing that their active ingredient is the same as the brand-name medicine they copy.
Generic medicine has the same strength and similar use indications.

The medicine is the same product type, for instance, a tablet or an injectable.

The medicine has the same route of administration, for instance, whether oral or topical.

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