Ontario Pharmacists Offer Qualified Support For Federal Action to Stop Cross-border Rx Trade
TORONTO, June 30 /CNW/ – The Ontario Pharmacists' Association (OPA) has offered its qualified support for plans announced yesterday by the Canadian Minister of Health to curb the cross-border trade in prescription drugs. The OPA has been a longtime opponent of allowing Canada's finite drug […]
Canada threatens drug export ban
TORONTO – Canada's health minister threatened Wednesday to overhaul the country's regulations on exporting prescription drugs, saying Canada would no longer be a cheap "drugstore for the United States." By Beth Duff-Brown, Associated Press 6/30/05 Read the full story at lsj.com.
Ban of bulk prescription drug exports in the works
NAFDAC Intercepts Fake Products
National Agency for Food and Drug Administration and Control (NAFDAC) has intercepted large quantities of pharmaceutical products concealed in several packs of baby clothes. Yemi Akinsuyi, Lagos June 27, 2005 Read the full story at allafrica.com.
Canada to ban bulk sales of drugs to US–newspaper
OTTAWA, June 27 (Reuters) – Canada will shortly announce a ban on bulk sales of drugs to the United States as a way of reining in Internet pharmacies that sell cheap medicine to Americans, the Winnipeg Free Press said on Monday. Source: Reuters 27 Jun […]
Coroner to look at 6th death in Hamilton pharmacy probe
A sixth person's death may be connected to a pharmacy in Hamilton, Ont., that is being investigated over allegations it sold counterfeit heart medication, regional coroner Dr. David Eden said Friday. Fri, 24 Jun 2005 CBC News Read the full story at cbc.ca.
Man Caught Selling Fake Viagra Escapes Jail Term
Coroner probes five deaths in pharmacy investigation
Canada to announce Internet pharmacy curbs soon
OTTAWA (Reuters) – Canada will soon announce measures to clamp down on Internet pharmacies that send cheap medicine to the United States, often without Canadian doctors seeing the patients, Health Minister Ujjal Dosanjh said on Thursday. REUTERS Thursday, June 23, 2005 Read the full story […]