Seroflo= Generic Advair

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  1. Anonymous

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    What have you heard about this drug. I looked it up online and minus the delivery system it is identical to Advair and Docs are asking about it. Anyone have any further info on its availability in the US? This is really scary. Could be a serious threat to GSK.
  2. Anonymous

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    Look you are the same clown who posted this the other day. Seroflo is a generic form of Advair. I believe it is only in INDIA! Not the USA. It can not be sold legally in any country that adheres to patent laws.

    You are not scaring anyone. No one really cares as you can see.
  3. Anonymous

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    Actually, it is scary because it can be purchased by individuals in the US and anyone who has access to a computer can get information about it-- Dumbass. For those of us selling Advair---it is important to have the facts so we can address concerns when it is brought up. If it hadnt been an issue, no one would have taken the time to post. To the original isnt available in the US yet and it would be important for Docs to tell their patients it is inadvisable to order ANYTHING out of the US due to lack of regulation of these generic products. Hope that helps you in your selling efforts. Ignore the idiots who only want to post negativity and not offer any real suggestions.
  4. Anonymous

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    When and if a generic is approved in the US--GSK will have something else to take its place. You still have a good 3 years to sell advair before that happens. There is some rumor about a company in NC--but noone is worried about it at this point. As management says, keep selling whats in your bag now.
  5. Anonymous

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    You are an idiot if you listen to this guy---IT IS available in the USA now, via liberty pharmacy and a couple of other distributors. I google it and found 3 that are shipping in the usa for 33.00 per unit.

    Heres the info that I found for the poster who wanted some info. Hope this helps:
    SEROFLO (Salmeterol/Fluticasone, Advair, Seretide)
    Manufacturer: CIPLA manufactures SEROFLO (Salmeterol/Fluticasone, Advair, Seretide).
    Uses: The uses of SEROFLO (Salmeterol/Fluticasone, Advair, Seretide) include:
    A combination corticosteroid (fluticasone) and long-acting brochodilator (salmeterol) used to treat wheezing, shortness of breath, and trouble breathing caused by asthma in patients 12 years of age and older.
  6. Anonymous

    Anonymous Guest

    You are a dumb ass if you believe that. You should get your facts together before you try to appear informative.
  7. Anonymous

    Anonymous Guest

    Why not go home and cry to Mommy. If Liberty pharmacy is in the United States or Canada they will soon be sued out of business. If it is overseas US authorities have the power seize Seroflo if it crosses our border.
  8. Anonymous

    Anonymous Guest

    And then you pay your money, only to realize it doesn't work for you. Further analysis will most likely reveal that is is lactose and baking soda , or some other non-pharmaceutical substance. SUCKA' !!!!!!

    Seriously, most of this crap cannot be traced. The origin of manufacturing is totally unknown. Counterfeit pharmaceuticals that are routed through numerous countries to trying to make them more anonymous are proliferating.

    If you want to risk it, then go for it, dude. But I'm not THAT big of a gambler.
  9. Anonymous

    Anonymous Guest

    Most informed people are gamblers either. Unfortunately, patients searching to save a buck or who have no insurance take those chances and end up suffering or worse, dying. Thanks to the op for posting though. At least we know its out there and we can respond accordingly if asked about it. I personally had never heard of it before, but did research it and found that it unfortunately does exist, and is available is the US.
  10. Anonymous

    Anonymous Guest

    No big deal read this about the poison!

    Three asthma inhalers with salmeterol or formoterol may cause 80 percent of U.S. asthma deaths annually, says a new study.

    Because of the possible health risks, these products sold as GlaxoSmithKline's Serevent and Advair, and Novartis' Foradil should be recalled, said researchers at Cornell University and Stanford University.

    "These asthma deaths are generally (occurring) in healthy young adults," said Stanford researcher Shelly Salpeter. "We estimate that approximately 4,000 of the 5,000 asthma deaths that occur in the U.S. each year are caused by these long-acting beta-agonists, and we urge that (they) be taken of the market."

    The researchers conducted a statistical analysis of 19 published asthma trials involving 33,826 patients and found that people who used salmeterol-based asthma inhalers (Serevent and Advair) or inhalers containing formoterol (Foradil) were 3.5 times more likely to die from asthma.

    The team also saw that these same patients were 2.5 times more likely to be hospitalized than asthma patients using a placebo inhaler.
  11. Anonymous

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  12. Anonymous

    Anonymous Guest

    I just recieved 6 diskus from an internet site,
    and I live in aka Ski Country, USA.
    Kinda scared to take it after this blog.
    What should I do???
  13. I would just like to post that I do medical transcription and I just typed a report today where a doctor in the US is writing a prescription for Seroflo. It is the generic for Advair, and due to some people's insurance costs, people are seeking generic brands.

    I personally say that if a doctor is prescribing it, then it must be safe.

    Don't believe the hype!

    Do your own research and don't listen to ignorant people who act like they know everything. Obviously, anyone with any wisdom wouldn't even post such negative, childish comments.

    All in all, as a helpful note, Seroflo is becoming more popular and will probably be more readily available to find. Ask your doctor or pharmacist on additional information if you have any doubts.

    I hope it works for you. Good luck!
  14. #14 jcarter, Apr 5, 2008 at 3:28 AM
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    jcarter New Member

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    My dr said the reason some asthma meds can cause death is that some people use the wrong inhaler when they have an asthma attack - you should only use ventolin then because it is quick acting. advair opens your airways over the long term, not quickly. So i think Advair is good at controlling asthma and I don't have problems when I use it twice a day. If I can save money on generic advair, then that's great. I did some research on Seroflo and Cipla and found that Cipla is a big Pharma company in India. They won't be selling a med that doesn't work, and you would know pretty soon if it wasn't right anyway, coz your airways wouldn't open. I think I will try Seroflo next time I need a repeat. Thx for the info..
  15. Anonymous

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    I have been using Cipla Rotohaler for four months now I buy it out of Canada. It ships from India. I get six months supply for 145.00. Was paying 196.00 for advair 250/50 at 60 inhaleations