Most of us are on medications that we don't really want to be on but have learned that we need to be. One of my meds (not for AF but that's not really important) was changed recently and I noticed did not last as long (eye drops.) I mentioned it to my GP and she said that Public Health England was gradually changing over all medications, starting with most expensive ones, to cheaper generic ones. The GP's are not directly involved. The pharmacists are being given the instructions. She said that as my eye drops were not on the banned list, she would ask for the specific not generic one but she expected that that would change in the future and she would not be able to direct the pharmacist to do that. Should we be concerned?! Should we have been told about this. I think that it is underhand and something that should be made more public. What does the Forum think?