San Antonio, TX (PRWEB) June 7, 2008
eDrugSearch.com, the popular prescription drug shopping site and social network, continued its mission to educate consumers about Internet pharmacies with an appearance on the nationally syndicated Morning Show with Mike and Juliet on Monday, June 2.
eDrugSearch.com spokesman Scott Baradell communicated some of the benefits of online pharmacies, including convenience and privacy.
Like other panel participants, eDrugSearch.com expressed concern about rogue pharmacies that are selling drugs, including controlled substances, without a doctor's prescription. eDrugSearch.com allows only licensed, accredited pharmacies in its shopping engine -- primarily from Canada and the United States.
Watch the panel discussion here: http://www.edrugsearch.com/edsblog/edrugsearchcom-featured-on-the-morning-show-with-mike-and-juliet/
"This is an important step in our efforts to educate the public, which has been given a lot of confusing information about Internet pharmacies," said Cary Byrd, founder and president of eDrugSearch.com.
"The FDA needs to focus more resources on shutting down rogue pharmacies, which are no better than street-corner drug dealers. At the same time, it's important not to tar all Internet pharmacies with the same broad brush."
eDrugSearch.com offers a safe haven for consumers shopping for prescription drugs online. In choosing an Internet pharmacy, the company recommends the pharmacies listed at this url: http://www.edrugsearch.com/pharmacy-directory.
Consumers can register for a free membership with eDrugSearch.com at the following url: http://www.edrugsearch.com/register.
About eDrugSearch.com :
Based in San Antonio, eDrugSearch.com is the Health 2.0 social network and comparison shopping site for U.S. consumers seeking prescription medications from prescreened Canadian and other international pharmacies. eDrugSearch.com's social network empowers members to rate and review pharmacies, share experiences with other members, and more. eDrugSearch.com president and founder Cary Byrd is an impassioned advocate for reform of U.S. prescription-drug law. For more information, visit the company's Web site at http://www.eDrugSearch.com or its blog at http://www.edrugsearch.com/edsblog.