Nairobi, Sept. 21 -- In the ever-evolving landscape of healthcare in Kenya and across Africa, one of the most persistent and contentious issues has been the skyrocketing cost of prescription medications.

For years, patients have grappled with the financial burden of obtaining essential drugs, often having to choose between their well-being and their wallets.

However, there is a ray of hope in the form of generic medicines, which are proving to be a much-needed panacea for the escalating healthcare costs.

These generic drugs, which are bioequivalent to their brand-name counterparts, offer a win-win solution for both patients and the healthcare system as a whole.

Generic medicines in Kenya and throughout Africa are essentially replicas ...