Sunday, February 08, 2004

From CBC Manitoba:
Web pharmacists lobby U.S. governors for help
Internet pharmacists are heading south of the border to lobby U.S. state governors for help getting products from drug companies.

David McKay, head of the Canadian International Pharmacy Association, will be in Washington later this month at a U.S. governors' summit on drug importation. He plans to tell the governors he needs their help to deal with large American pharmaceutical companies, some of whom are restricting the supply of drugs to Canadian companies that sell drugs to American patients.

From the Portsmouth (NH) Herald:
Drug club goes to mall
This week local entrepreneur Chris Prior is moving the Portsmouth branch of the American Drug Club, a Canadian prescription assistance center, from its 601 Islington St. office to a cart in the Fox Run Mall near the food court.

"The move will provide more foot traffic and visibility as well as more accessibility for clients than the Islington Street location," said Prior. "Being at Fox Run Mall will give the American Drug Club a better opportunity to reach many more consumers."

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