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All medications have a drug name and a brand name.
There are some examples of both the drug and brand names here. (The brand names are shown with a Capital Letter and often in brackets after the drug name.)
About risk factors:
A RISK FACTOR is anything that increases your chance of developing a disease.
Having risk factors doesn’t mean that you will get the disease and not having risk factors doesn’t mean that you won’t get it.
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