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Common questions and answers about Canadian Pharmacies.

File: March 2012

Recent reports published by WHO indicated that over 60% of people diagnosed with illnesses are not adhering to their prescriptions fully due to financial difficulties. With the rising drug prices and slashed welfare benefits, it is rather worrying that a major segment of the population is facing such difficulties in meeting their medical needs. Amidst [...]

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It is no secret that generic medications are almost 40-50% less than their branded versions, and this is why approval of generics faster is a priority to the Canadian authorities as Health Canada which is an equivalent of the FDA in the US. Once a generic drug is approved, most Canadian pharmacies incorporate them to [...]

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Lantus (generic name: Insulin Glargine) is a long acting insulin analog used for treating type 1 and type2 diabetes patients. It has the advantage of not having a pronounced peak. Due to its long acting property, Lantus is used once daily and has a lower risk of nocturnal hypoglycemia. Marketed by Sanofi Aventis, Lantus is [...]

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Clot-busting Canadian drug most of the time help prevent a stroke if given promptly. Also, many patients chose to get themselves to the hospital instead of calling an ambulance, “boosting the risk that they won’t get there in time to be able to take a clot-busting drug,” said study co-author Dr. Mary George, a medical [...]

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