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Alternative equivalent and economical medicine for Cremafin Syrup

Creamafin Syrup equivalent medicine Age 57, 5.6\
Wed, 21 Sep 2011
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Hi Prof.,

Welcome to HealthcareMagic Forum,
The other alternatives for cremaffin syrup are:
LAXATAB     10     16.00     Microlabs (Eros Pharma Division)
COLAX TAB     10     18.00     Strassenburg Pharmaceuticals
SP - LAX     10     22.50     Speciality Meditech
CREMALAX     10     33.50     Abbott India
COLVAC     10     39.00     Sun Pharmaceuticals

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