Wednesday, August 11, 2004

From the Canadian Press:
Toronto pharmacy uses Bahamas to export drugs, FedEx alerts U.S. customs
A Toronto pharmacy began sending out new shipments this week to replace prescription drugs seized by U.S. Customs officials in Miami.

CanadaRx, based in Toronto, shipped the drugs valued at $250,000 US about two weeks ago. The drugs seized July 27 came from England, Germany, Switzerland, France, New Zealand and Australia, as well as Canada, and were shipped from Freeport, the Bahamas, in an attempt by CanadaRx to duck Canadian laws prohibiting a pharmacy from importing drugs, then selling them abroad, the Star Tribune reported.

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