Monday, November 08, 2004

From the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel:
State site registers lackluster drug sales
A state Web site for ordering prescription drugs from Canada may be saving Wisconsin residents money, but few are taking advantage of it.

In the first six months of operation, the three Canadian pharmacies working with Wisconsin residents report filling just 2,299 prescriptions, and the number is declining. In the first month, the Canadian pharmacies filed 765 prescriptions; they filled only 364 in August, the last month for which statistics were available.

Democratic Gov. Jim Doyle, who launched the Web site,, in February, said he wasn't disappointed by the site's lackluster business so far.

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