Denominazione Comune Italiana

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The Denominazione Comune Italiana (DCIT), or "Common Italian Denomination/Name" in English, is the formal Italian generic name for a drug.[1]

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  1. ^ T. Blackett; R. Robins (27 April 2001). Brand Medicine: The Role of Branding in the Pharmaceutical Industry. Springer. pp. 202–. ISBN 978-0-230-52251-0.