Tuesday, December 02, 2003

From the Boston Business Journal:
North Shore towns reportedly explore buying Canadian drugs
Beverly and Salem city officials are exploring the formation of a regional consortium with at least two other North Shore communities that would let city employees buy cheaper prescription drugs from Canada, the Salem News is reporting.

From Canada.com:
Google search engine stops accepting ads from unlicensed pharmacies
Online search engine Google Inc. has stopped accepting advertisements from unlicensed pharmacies, joining other popular websites that have bowed to pressure to curb the illegal distribution of prescription drugs such as Vicodin.

From WBBH (FL):
FDA holding up Canadian drug shipments
Some customers who get their prescription drugs through the mail from Canadian pharmacies might be waiting much longer now. The Food and Drug Administration says they are stopping some of those drugs at the Canadian border – for quality control.

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