Allow Individuals the Freedom to Import Affordable Medications for Their Own Care The same medications sold in the U.S. are sometimes nine times less expensive in Canada and other countries. Millions of Americans import lower-cost medication by traveling to Canada and Mexico and by ordering from international online pharmacies . The safest international pharmacy options should not be the target of enforcement actions, as they offer a lifeline of affordable medication. In 2016, Gabriel Levitt, founder of Prescription Justice, a non-profit organization dedicated to providing relief and protection for American patients who are struggling to afford medication, wrote a CircleID article, “ .” Protecting Online Access to Safe and Affordable Medication The editorial described how drug companies strategically extend their regulatory capture of U.S. laws to the internet to the detriment of patients who need more affordable medicines. It is a call to action. Medication should be affordable for all who need it. For more story, please visit page on CircleID. Reference: prescriptionjustice.org circleid.com
At Jason's CanadaDrugstore.com your health matters and we care. Valid prescriptions are required from a licensed physician for all orders placed with Jason's CanadaDrugstore.com. All Canadian prescriptions are filled by Jason's CanadaDrugstore.com, licensed by the College of Pharmacists of Manitoba, License Number 35200 located at 123 St Anne's Road in Winnipeg, Manitoba.
Be advised that, given the international nature of the practice of International Prescription Service (IPS) pharmacy, there may be limitations in the ability of the College of Pharmacists of Manitoba, which is the statutory licensing authority for pharmacies and pharmacists in the Province of Manitoba, to investigate and prosecute complaints from persons who receive services or products from an IPS pharmacy. Manitoba pharmacists are not permitted to fill US physicians' prescriptions. They can only fill prescriptions issued by a physician licensed in a province or territory of Canada. The College of Pharmacists of Manitoba takes the position that it may be contrary to professional standards for a pharmacist to fill prescriptions by a physician, licensed in a province or territory of Canada, who has not established an acceptable patient-physician relationship with you.