September 19, 2014
As you probably know, we have a dedicated space on our website where Americans who struggle to afford their prescription drugs can tell their stories. Many of these people import their needed medications from legitimate international online pharmacies saving a great deal of money. Every now and then, we get compelling … Continue to Article-->
September 10, 2014
We believe that all Americans benefit from an Internet that is accessible and open to all. That’s why we’re participating in an Internet action on September 10 to raise awareness about the fight for net neutrality. Wikipedia defines net neutrality as: “the principle that Internet service providers and governments … Continue to Article-->
September 5, 2014
According to a new government report, the U.S. spent about $3 trillion on healthcare in 2013. It’s predicted that spending will be gradual in the next decade, but it’s still alarming to see how much of our total economy is devoted to healthcare (over 17 percent) considering the number of Americans who struggle to pay … Continue to Article-->
August 29, 2014
ProPublica By Charles Ornstein It's not easy being an educated health care consumer. I was reminded of this when I went to refill a prescription this month for an asthma and allergy medication for my 9-month-old son, Holden. The first time I filled his prescription for Montelukast granules — the generic version … Continue to Article-->
August 27, 2014
As we mentioned last week, domain registrar easyDNS was getting pressure from the FDA to shut down a pharmacy website. In the end, easyDNS took the site down and then modified its policy on such matters in a way that is favorable to consumers who depend on access to safe and affordable imported prescription drugs. Techdirt … Continue to Article-->
Consumers should follow some basic best practices for choosing safe and legitimate online pharmacies from which to order prescription drugs.
New York Times
By Elisabeth Rosenthal
The first sign of trouble came when Dr. Barry Lindenberg, a cardiologist, received a three-page ...