Saturday, December 25, 2004

From the Duluth (Minn.) News Tribune:
Report on drug imports doesn't worry suppliers
A new Bush administration report critical of the cross-border trade in prescription drugs may actually enhance it, advocates of the practice said Wednesday.

Moreover, it also might extend the life of pioneering efforts by states such as Minnesota and organizations such as the Minnesota Senior Federation, other experts said.

David MacKay, head of the Canadian International Pharmacy Association, which represents 80 percent of the country's mail-order pharmacy business, said the worst thing the U.S. government could have done was open up wholesale importation from Canada.

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