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Common questions and answers about Canadian Pharmacies.

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Motilium has been widely available in almost every country around the world except the US since 1978. Motilium was approved over 20 years ago in Canada, and is the gastrointestinal medication of choice to treat nausea and vomiting in most countries. More recently, Motilium has also been increasingly prescribed to stimulate lactation in breast-feeding women. [...]

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Eighty percent of Americans responding to a recent Wall Street Journal/Harris Online poll were in favor of importing drugs from Canada and other countries. The most obvious reason for this approval is significantly lower prices. Drugs are often cheaper in other countries because the governments regulate their prices, and allow manufacturers to produce cheaper (but [...]

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The AARP is calling for measures to hold down brand-name drug prices after releasing a report showing the cost of the prescription medications most commonly used by older Americans rose an average 8.3 percent in 2009 despite record-low inflation. According to the report, drug prices have risen steadily over the last five years, with retail [...]

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