The bottom line is that you should consider a Canadian pharmacy whenever you have to pay full price out-of-pocket. Why pay full-price locally when you can pay half-price and have your meds delivered right to your doorstep.
Toronto, Canada (PRWEB) April 18, 2006
The six month enrollment period for the new Medicare Part D prescription drug program is nearly over and still the majority of eligible seniors have not signed-up voluntarily. However, of those that have begun to experience the complex and convoluted program, many are questioning whether it delivers enough savings to offset the hassle and confusion. Consequently, American seniors are again turning to online Canadian pharmacies like ADV-Care (http://www.PharmacyOnTheNet.com or http://www.ADV-Care.com) to provide maximum savings on their medications.
"We are witnessing an interesting rebound effect among many seniors that have test-driven the Medicare program. The early promises have not materialized and patients are re-discovering that Canada still offers the better deal, says Ramy Attalla, Director of Communications at ADV-Care Pharmacy.
The majority of the problems being reported by seniors relate to certain drugs not being covered by Medicare plans, having to switch therapies to accommodate formularies and the complete absence of coverage as patients fall into the donut hole. Ironically however, the media seems to be willingly duped by Republican spin that the program is widely successful. Unfortunately, the health of millions of seniors has become a political pawn in the game of pre-midterm spin doctoring.
"The Medicare moment of truth is drawing near. The hype is already fading as more and more seniors experience the pain of the donut hole and incomplete coverage -- a problem that will only get worse between now and the end of the year," adds Attalla.
The professional staff at ADV-Care Pharmacy (http://www.PharmacyOnTheNet.com or http://www.ADV-Care.com) are trained to advise U.S. patients on how to best supplement the limitations of their Medicare plan. Often a combined solution of Canada + Medicare is the best choice if future catastrophic coverage is a concern. Although Canadian drugs are generally more affordable than most Medicare plans, enrollment does not preclude seniors from receiving the best from both worlds. A new trend reveals many beneficiaries still ordering from Canada when a drug is not covered and when they fall into the donut hole.
"The bottom line is that you should consider a Canadian pharmacy whenever you have to pay full price out-of-pocket. Why pay full-price locally when you can pay half-price and have your meds delivered right to your doorstep."
ADV-Care Pharmacy ( http://www.adv-care.com or http://www.PharmacyOnTheNet.com) is licensed by the Ontario College of Pharmacists, and has been safely dispensing medications to Canadian & U.S. residents for 6 years. All Canadian medications are Health Canada approved and are dispensed by licensed pharmacists.
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