Wednesday, August 20, 2003

From the Bay City (MI) Times:
Pinconning woman fights to cut cost of drugs
Jean Martin is on a mission to bring affordable prescription medicine to the United States from Canada.

Martin, 61, of Pinconning is the Michigan affiliate of a Florida-based business that funnels prescriptions to Canadian doctors, who in turn mail low-cost drugs to the patients.

From KLTV (TX):
Rx Depot Warned by FDA
Hundreds of East Texans may lose their source for inexpensive prescription drugs. The State and Federal Governments say Rx Depot in Tyler is breaking the law by allowing customers to order medications from Canada.

From the Greenville (SC) News:
Prescription drugs cheaper in Canada
"The skyrocketing cost of pharmaceuticals and their inaccessibility to the masses has got to give somewhere," says Dr. Harris Pastides, dean of the University of South Carolina's School of Public Health.

"We are on the verge of change," he says, "whether it's led by the government or by the people."

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