Thursday, November 25, 2004

From the Globe and Mail:
Little done to rectify problems, Fraser says
The number of people who obtained 50 or more prescriptions in a three-month period through Health Canada's prescription-drug program has tripled over the past four years even though the issue was raised by the federal Auditor-General in 2000.

That is just one of the many problems with federal drug-benefit plans highlighted in a report released yesterday by Auditor-General Sheila Fraser, who expressed exasperation at the department's inability to rectify the situation.

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