Sunday, October 05, 2003

From the White Plains (NY) Journal News:
Americans turning to Canada for prescription drugs
Cohen bought her first prescription from Canada three years ago, and since then a growing number of Americans have joined her, entering a seemingly illogical and maddening universe of prescription drug prices. It's a place where medicines sold in the United States cost 40 percent, 50 percent and even 60 percent less in Canada, where drug prices are set by the government.

Cheap Rx club seeks Flint store
A few desks and a fax machine or two are all Robert Zeineh needs to open a company that can fill drug prescriptions at a bargain rate.

Zeineh, 28, is looking for a Flint storefront for his American Drug Club. He wants to open within a month.

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