Latest Prescription drug Stories

2011-10-03 07:05:00

A leader among Canadian online pharmacies, GetCanadianDrugs.com, finds that 99.44% of U.S. customers surveyed would continue to purchase Canada's drugs despite proposed Medicare changes. (PRWEB) October 03, 2011 GetCanadianDrugs.com, a trusted Canada pharmacy website established in 2002, recently surveyed several thousand customers and discovered that an overwhelming 99.44% of those who responded, and were eligible for Medicare Part D, stated they would continue to purchase their medication...

2011-09-29 07:00:00

Senator Patrick Leahy introduced the PROTECT IP Act which can take away every Americanâs right to purchase medication from Canadian and international online pharmacies. Together, we can make a plea against this bill which can potentially put millions of lives in health jeopardy. Los Angeles, California (PRWEB) September 29, 2011 While supporting the importation of affordable prescription drugs from Canada and other countries, Senator Patrick Leahy also put forth a new bill...

Lack Of Money Leading People To Ignore Doctor's Advice
2011-09-28 11:30:18

A Consumer Reports survey has found that many people in the U.S. ignored their doctor's advice and skipped prescription drugs or medical procedures to save money in 2011. The survey said half of the 1,226 consumers taking at least one prescription medication admitted to taking steps to save money. Of the same group, 28 percent took significant risks with their medication to help save money, such as not filling a prescription or taking an expired medication. The report said the...

2011-09-23 10:00:00

PayingthePrice.org claims Google forfeiture and policy change regarding AdWords advertising for Canadian pharmacies may favor online rogue pharmacies in organic search engine listings New York, NY (PRWEB) September 23, 2011 According to PayingthePrice.org, an advocacy movement dedicated to educating patients, lawmakers and journalists about the prescription drug crisis facing millions of Americans each year, U.S. regulatory pressure to halt Google AdWords advertising relating to non-U.S....

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