It may be cheaper to buy prescription drugs from Canada, but is it safe? This 20 page guide offers guidelines to evaluate online Canadian pharmacies.
It also discusses the pros and cons of generic drugs and offers tips on using generic drugs wisely. Which drugs have a narrow therapeutic index that might make them too risky to take as generics?
Could you qualify for free medicine from drug companies? Find out how to utilize Patient Assistance Programs.
Plus 10 tips for saving money on medicine.
This Guide would normally be priced at $3.99. Because it is about saving money, however, it is available for a limited time for free.
This eGuide is available only as an online resource.
So sorry you were disappointed, Pat.
I agree with others that this needs updating because some information is out of date and not useful. I thought it would be a download rather than a link to the website and am very disappointed on that aspect. Still need to do more research with it to see how helpful it will be, but so far consider it less than what I expected and hoped for.
When was this info last updated?
Well done and very informative on Canadian Pharmacies.
My drug plan does not pay for brand names, and I cannot even thinking of paying for such an expensive medication. Thank you so much for connecting with Canadian pharmacies. You are a life saver.
Excellent content that is well organized to inform you of your options regarding sourcing of your Rx drugs. I’ll save approximately $3,500 annually by switching just one drug from U.S. retail pharmacy. Thank you.
Very informative. I have been a reader of your column for years, and I truly believe the topics you cover to be the best. I follow your advice knowing the source to be fair and truthful.
The service you provide is exceptional. At this time I do not have a need to purchase my prescription from Canada but you never know what lies ahead with the pharmaceutical companies, and I like to be prepared.
Thank you again.
You need to update this very valuable publication. At least one of the recommended firms was forced out of business by the government, earlier this year(2018).
Very helpful for people who suffer from all kinds injuries-We have a lot of disabled people that can’t afford this expensive pain meds.
Very good report
It’s time the truth is told