Wednesday, June 11, 2003

From the Palm Beach Post:
No deals for Canadian druggists
The Florida Board of Pharmacy faces off with storefront operators.

From the San Mateo County Times:
Canada's pharmacies defend Internet turf
Perhaps the most vocal opponent of the international pharmacy industry in Canada, Manitoba Pharmaceutical Association register Ron Guse says, "It's been increasing exponentially and will continue to do so, not only in Manitoba but throughout much of Canada. People keep saying this is going to be slowed or stopped, but I haven't seen any indication of that."

From the Sarasota Herald-Tribune:
Prescription drug traffic takes a turn
A good read for any potential frontshop operators.

From the St. Louis Post-Dispatch:
Canadian Web druggists win round against drug giants
This article talks about the results of mediation in the dispute between international pharmacists and their regulatory bodies. Will this ruling set a precedent elsewhere?

From KOLR-TV (Springfield, Missouri):
Company Directs Prescriptions to Canada
Yet another storefront opens.

From the Associated Press (on
Internet Pharmacies Draw Scrutiny
This article from January 21 is worth adding, even if it's a bit old.

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