Monday, September 06, 2004

From the Newhouse News Service:
Canadian Drug Exporter Sets Up Shop in Bahamas
It took almost two months for a retired doctor in Rocky River, Ohio, to get the medicine he ordered from Canada, and when he opened the package Thursday, he found out why.

His order took a detour to the Caribbean.

The invoice for his three-month supply of Plavix, a blood thinner, has a Freeport, Bahamas, address and is dated July 22.

The delay occurred when Customs officials in Miami spotted 493 packages of prescription drugs from the Bahamas.

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