For more than 30 years now, Mayne Pharma has developed high-quality generic products to offer patients improved access and affordable options to medications that enhance their lives.
Our robust portfolio of generic products highlights Mayne Pharma’s known expertise for advanced, complex and niche pharmaceuticals.
Mayne Pharma is continuously adding to its portfolio of generic pharmaceuticals — adding more of the cost-effective, life-enhancing medications patients need. We add new products to our portfolio through acquisition and partnerships as well as internal drug development driven by our own pharmaceutical scientists.
Physicians and Pharmacists
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Wholesalers and Customers
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If you’d like to speak with a Mayne Pharma representative, please call 1-800-344-8661 or email US.CustomerService@maynepharma.com.
Generic prescription drugs saved American consumers $293 billion in 2018 and now represent 90 percent of all prescriptions filled in the United States annually, according to the Association for Accessible Medicines. Refer to the 2020 Generic Drug & Biosimilars Access and Savings in the US report.
Mayne Pharma is proud to apply its successful track record of pharmaceutical innovation to developing new generic drugs that offer patients greater access to more affordable medications. To learn more about generic pharmaceuticals and how they both increase access and decrease health-care costs, visit www.accessiblemeds.org.
For our Controlled Substance Ordering System, please visit our CSOS portal.
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