Wednesday, October 13, 2004

From the (Nashville) Tennessean:
Go-betweens smooth path of Canadian prescription drugs
Noelie Crosslin used to pay up to $700 a month for her medications. Now, she pays that much for a three-month supply.

Crosslin, 70, of Sparta, gets her discount by ordering prescription drugs from a pharmacy in Canada. And as far as she can tell, the medicines are no different from what she used to get from her local drugstore.

''When I asked my doctor about it, he had no problem whatsoever with it. They are very aware of drug costs,'' said Crosslin, who takes an anti-depressant, a pill to control her blood pressure and other drugs for bronchial problems.

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