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How come some people say "Roaccutane" and others say "Accutane"?

There is no difference, right?

(I really hope i don't sound like a dumbass for asking this:eh:)

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Roaccutane is the name under which Roche markets isotretinoin in Britain, whereas Accutane is the American brand of the same drug by the same company.

There is no difference.

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Roaccutane is the name under which Roche markets isotretinoin in Britain, whereas Accutane is the American brand of the same drug by the same company.

There is no difference.

oh ok thanks

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Hi

Roaccutane is also the name used in Australia, as well as other European countries as well.

Matt :angel:

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