Thursday, August 14, 2003

From the Acton (MA) Beacon:
Seniors urge legislators to pass change in prescription laws
"It does boggle your mind when you know you're paying twice as much for the same medication," Sokol said. "And for some seniors, this is a matter of life and death."

From The Hometown Channel (AR):
Court Issues Reprieve For Pharmacy Importing Drugs From Canada
An Arkansas-based pharmacy that helps patients pay less for prescription drugs will stay open, at least temporarily.

From WTOL-TV (OH):
The Cost Of Prescription Drugs
More help is on the way for seniors and others who are trying to save money on prescription drugs. The backers of a program aimed at helping those in our area cut costs had an update Wednesday on the effort which began about 6 months ago.

From the Westbury (NY) Times:
From the Desk of Congresswoman Carolyn McCarthy
AARP Joins McCarthy-Backed Rx Drug Importation Bill

Lower-Cost Medicines Within Sight for LI Seniors

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