Saturday, December 04, 2004

From the East Valley (AZ) Tribune:
Mesa resident helps people get cheaper drugs from Canada
The legality may be open to question, but that isn’t preventing businesses that help consumers buy cheap Canadian prescription drugs from entering the East Valley market.

Canadian Expressway, a Shawnee, Okla.-based company, has designated an east Mesa resident, Diana Gavel, to be its Arizona representative to help seniors save money on medications.

Canadian Expressway bills itself as an information service center providing prices on medications from three licensed Canadian pharmacies and two from the United States, giving consumers a chance to compare prices and pick the cheapest supplier. All the customer needs is to provide a written doctor’s prescription and fill out a form that outlines his or her medical history.

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