SUMMARY: The Ryan Haight Online Pharmacy Consumer Protection Act,
which was enacted on October 15, 2008,amended the Controlled Substances Act and Controlled Substances Import and Export Act by adding several new provisions to prevent the illegal distribution and dispensing of controlled substances by means of the Internet.
Name: Brent Passarella
Comment: What is wrong with you people? If it weren’t for websites like http://canadianneighborpharmacy.com I would be dead. You see, I have asthma and my insurance company has no prescription drug plan, so you pay full retail for drugs.
I have ordered advair, fluticasone, albuterol, and prednisone from these types of sites. I have never had a problem with them not delivering a product, and all the products have always arrived.
Inside, are name brand, albeit foreign inhalers with verifiable RX codes. You sit here and hail the DEA and FDA as some type of safety experts, yet the FDA are the same jerks who voted to extend the CFC ban dictated in the Montreal protocol to inhalers, even though the Montreal protocol has exceptions for asthma medications, thus tripling the costs of inhalers by forcing companies to switch to a new, and still patented propellant called HFC.
HFC is recently making news as it nears the end of its patent life as a dangerous “greenhouse gas” thus opening the door to once again triple inhaler prices with a new propellant, I predict shortly after the HFC patent is expired. My whole point is, Advair in America costs $260 an inhaler, while Advair in India costs $40 per inhaler.
I think a good question you should ask yourselves is: Why do I support government organizations that requires prescriptions for some people to breathe?
Doesn’t that seem evil to you? If it doesn’t, please kill yourselves.