Thursday, November 04, 2004

From the Canadian Press:
Bush victory should soothe fears of cross-border drug crisis: CIPA
The re-election of President George W. Bush should soothe fears that the cross-border prescription drug trade will lead to crippling shortages for Canadians, a spokesman for the Internet pharmacy industry said Wednesday.

Four more years in power will allow Bush to further "tighten the screws" on the industry, forcing Canadian online pharmacies to increasingly turn to Europe to fill orders instead of relying on a network of domestic suppliers, said David MacKay, executive director of the Canadian International Pharmacy Association.

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