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Don't know if this can help anyone....have had a difficult time getting information on whether a medication is gluten free. A great pharmacist recommended using this site, its what he does....dailymeds..has ingredients for all FDA approved meds, It helps to have the NDC number but you can do it without it. Its been very useful...hope it helps someone.

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Another option is to call the maker of the drug directly. Drugs under patent cannot change the binders but if a drug is a generic the binders can change at any time. I have even had one instance where the name brand of a drug was not safe but the generic was safe. You can get the name of the maker from the pharmacist before you accept the script since drugs can not be returned.

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