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    Bactrim
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    Suprax
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    Trimox
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    Manufacturer`s Suggested Retail Price $1.69
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    Furadantin
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    Rulide
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    Manufacturer`s Suggested Retail Price $1.54
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    Aralen
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    Asacol
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    Ceftin
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    Vibramycin
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