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2012-04-02 23:00:47

Big Mountain Drugs customers will be able to save on their medications in two ways this spring: by choosing generic medications and using discount coupons. Use coupon code generic10 to save $10.00 on any generic medication. Vancouver, BC (PRWEB) April 02, 2012 Big Mountain Drugs, one of the leading Canadian pharmacies found online, has announced a spring special on generic medicines. Customers will be able to save on their medications in two ways this spring: by choosing generic medications...

2012-03-23 23:02:00

Dealing with Rising Rates of Oxycodone Abuse New York, NY (PRWEB) March 23, 2012 New York physician Dr. Marina Gafanovich, MD has long advised that the abuse of the drug Oxycodone (OxyContin) would become not only a major medical issue among chronic pain users, as more and more legislation is being passed to narrow the prescriptive use of this drug, but also would drive the rates of drug crimes sky high as these medicinal use patients found themselves without this powerful drug for the...

2012-02-13 12:00:00

Big Mountain Drugs, a licensed Canadian online pharmacy, is responding to the recent medication shortage by offering $25.00 off any cancer therapy order over $100.00. With coupon code feb25, patients, their caregivers, and hospitals can save when they buy cancer medications such as generic Gleevec or Tarceva. Vancouver, BC (PRWEB) February 13, 2012 Big Mountain Drugs, a leading Canadian online pharmacy, has partnered with BreastCancerCare.us to release a new coupon specifically for cancer...

2012-01-18 19:57:56

Oseltamivir. Esomeprazole. Trastuzumab. Where do drugs get those odd-sounding generic names? The answers are in the current issue of Chemical & Engineering News (C&EN), the weekly newsmagazine of the American Chemical Society, the world's largest scientific society, which explains the logic behind the tongue-twisters. C&EN Associate Editor Carmen Drahl explains that until 1961 there was no standard for assigning drugs generic names, which are different from brand names like...

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