What Makes Canadian Drug Importation Unsafe is the American Drug Companies, Says DoctorSolve

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Under the guise of protecting the safety of Americans, Big Pharma is actually jeopardizing the health of the elderly and uninsured.

American Drug Companies and their lobby groups are using needless scare tactics to dissuade US citizens from purchasing their medications from Canadian pharmacies by claiming they are unsafe.

“What Americans may not realize is that many imported drugs are exactly the same as those they get from their doctor,” states Dr. Paul Zickler, co-founder of DoctorSolve Canadian Pharmacy (http://www.doctorsolve.com). “Our medications come from the same manufacturers. The drugs are manufactured in the same way, in the same facility, with the same rigid safety precautions. The only difference is in the package codes, and a 30 to 35 percent savings on the price tag.”

At DoctorSolve, each patient's health is of paramount importance. “Before we release any medications, we conduct a thorough review of the patient's health history. The prescription is produced by a Canadian doctor, and filled by a professionally registered pharmacist. Our full-time nurses get to know our patients. A complete review takes place at every refill, and follow-ups occur every six months. We work hard to gain our patients' trust, and they know we have their best interests at heart.”

According to Dr. Zickler, if Americans buy their drugs from pharmacies certified by the Canadian International Pharmacy Association (CIPA), they can be confident they are purchasing safe, affordable prescription medications from reputable, trustworthy companies.

“If the elderly and uninsured are afraid to purchase their medications from Canadian pharmacies because they believe they are unsafe, and they can't afford to pay for American drugs, chances are they aren't taking their medications at all,” states Dr. Zicker. “Does that not compromise their health and safety?”

Peter Rost, a Vice President of sales with Pfizer, says, “Yes.” “Getting drugs to people who need them is about right and wrong,” Rost recently stated. “When millions of uninsured older or poor Americans get sick because they can't afford their medications; that is morally wrong.”

As the pharmaceutical companies continue to spread fear amidst the American people regarding drug shopping across the border, there are indications that the tide may be turning-from the inside. A recent Associated Press article reveals that a significant number of shareholders from three of the nation's biggest drug companies voted in favor of a resolution urging them to keep their own drugs flowing to Canadian pharmacies that cater to American customers. The results of the vote show that there's no denying the fact that support for allowing access to Canadian drugs is growing.

DoctorSolve, a Canadian Internet-based pharmacy intermediary (license #BC Q37), offers lower-cost, long-term prescriptions. A professionally registered pharmacist fills all prescriptions. A certified member of the Canadian International Pharmacy Association, DoctorSolve is ranked as one of the best (five-star) online pharmacies by PharmacyChecker.com. DoctorSolve has filled more than 200,000 U.S. prescriptions.

For more information, call 1-866-732-0305 or visit http://www.doctorsolve.com

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