Tuesday, July 29, 2003

From the Portsmouth (NH) Herald:
Massachusetts city buying prescription drugs from Canada
This cash-strapped New England city began buying prescription drugs in Canada this month for some city workers and retirees in hopes of saving millions of dollars.

''It boggles the mind that we can purchase the exact same drugs for 20 percent to 80 percent less in Canada,'' Mayor Michael Albano said Monday. ''As far as I am concerned, it would be irresponsible not to take advantage of the savings.''

From WKRN.com (Nashville):
Business brings Canadian drugs to TN
A new storefront opens in Nashville.

From the Saskatoon Star-Phoenix:
New U.S. bill won't affect online pharmacy
A representative from Saskatchewan's only international pharmacy comments on the passing of the Pharmaceutical Market Access Act of 2003.

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