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0.05% 30g ointment Diprolene /Betamethasone, Alphatrex, Betalene, Del-Beta, Diprolene, Diprosone, Maxivate Schering-Plough $38.40
0.05% Cream 20gm DIPLENE /Alphatrex, Betamethasone, Betalene, Diprolene, Diprosone, Maxivate ZYG PHARMA $19.20
0.05% Cream 20gm DIPLENE /Alphatrex, Betamethasone, Betalene, Diprolene, Diprosone, Maxivate FULFORD $28.16
0.05% 30g Cream Diprolene /Betamethasone, Alphatrex, Betalene, Del-Beta, Diprolene, Diprosone, Maxivate Schering-Plough $38.40

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