For over 10 years now, Americans have been taking advantage of Canada's lower priced prescription medications by ordering from Canadian Prescription Saver, Inc, the owner of CheapOlanzapine.com.
In the United States, the FDA does not regulate the prices pharmaceutical companies can charge for their drugs. The Canadian Government strictly controls what pharmaceutical companies can charge for their drugs, making prescription drugs more affordable for all Canadians. YAY Canada!
In fact, Health Canada, the government agency in charge of medications, likes to slap the hands of brand name pharmacuetical giants who try to raise their prices!
And you too can take advantage of much lower Canadian prices by ordering all of your prescriptions from CheapOlanzapine.com and its parent company, CanadianPrescriptionSavers.com.
A few years ago, one factor that played a major role in the prescription price difference between Canada and The United States was the value of the Canadian Dollar in relation to the U.S. Dollar. In the year 2000, for each U.S. dollar you exchanged in Canada, you received approximately $1.50 in Canadian funds. Unfortunately today, the U.S. and Canadian dollars are almost equal in value which has resulted in less savings on Canadian prescriptions, but the average customer can still save approximately 40% on their medications.
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As U.S. citizens began learning of the great savings available to them by purchasing prescriptions in Canada, they began to flock across the border. Organized bus tours to Canadian cities close to the border became a daily occurrence. Pharmacies in Canada began to cater to U.S. Citizens through the development of Mail Order programs and Internet web sites. Soon, the media caught on and presented the story to the American public. The attention created by the news stories has created pressure in all levels of U.S. Government to help reduce drug costs. Unfortunately, it seems it will be a long battle before U.S. residents can purchase their prescriptions in their hometown at prices in line with their Canadian neighbors.
Many U.S. physicians are sending their patients prescriptions directly to us to be filled. The price of prescription drugs in general has created undue hardship for many families. The average American person spends approximately $2500 each year on their prescriptions. Imagine cutting that bill in half! Some people have bills in excess of $10,000 per year. The savings realized for them by purchasing through Canadian pharmacies is almost unbelievable. Some news stories have exposed the reality of the problems faced every day by people on limited incomes. Can you imagine having to decide between purchasing your prescription and eating? Some people are even cutting their pills in quarters in an effort to save money. Unfortunately, this lessens the dosage required for the drug to have the desired effect and may put the patient at greater health risk. By filling their orders in Canada, many families in the United States have benefited immensely in various ways.
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