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Is there a generic version of ketoprofen?

Originally, ketoprofen was developed as the brands Orudis and Oruvail by Wyeth Pharmaceuticals. However, since the patent is no longer in place, it is now offered as a generic. The generic name for this medication is ketoprofen, and it is available in a variety of strengths.

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