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    lynnie_sydney
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    I’ll also check with Aspen to be sure they are the same company as Sigma and the minomycin is the same one. No point in paying all that money if its not.

    Think they are owned by Sigma. In any event Minomycin is the brand name in Australia and only the owner of the brand rightd can use that name. So, whatever the ownership details, it will be the brand (not a generic) you are purchasing.

    Be well! Lynnie

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    enzed
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    @lynnie_sydney wrote:

    I’ll also check with Aspen to be sure they are the same company as Sigma and the minomycin is the same one. No point in paying all that money if its not.

    Think they are owned by Sigma. In any event Minomycin is the brand name in Australia and only the owner of the brand rightd can use that name. So, whatever the ownership details, it will be the brand (not a generic) you are purchasing.

    Thanks for clarifying that Lyn.

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