Friday, August 13, 2004

From the Grand Forks (ND) Herald:
Canadian pharmacies fill U.S. orders overseas
A drugmaker boycott has led some Canadian mail-order pharmacies to forge partnerships with pharmacies in 10 other countries to sell low-cost drugs to customers in the United States.

In the past two months, at least five Canadian firms have arranged to fill U.S. orders for prescription drugs through pharmacies in Israel, Chile, Australia, England, France, Germany, New Zealand, Switzerland, Denmark and Italy, the Star Tribune reported Thursday. The orders usually are shipped directly to customers from one of those countries.

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