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How to Place an Order Using a Legitimate Online Pharmacy

Author , posted on April 27, 2018

Category: Medical FAQ

The stigma of buying medications online dictates a certain uncertainty, or untrustworthiness in the seller- and for new buyers, the online market can be an overwhelming place to navigate. For every legitimate online pharmacy, there seems to be a handful of illegitimate organizations that pose serious risks to the health and wellbeing of their customers.

If you have no experience buying from an online pharmacy, you can get a sense of what’s what  from our blog here – but assuming you’ve spoken to your physician about purchasing your prescribed medications from a legitimate online Canadian pharmacy, you’ll need to know a few things about how to go about this process correctly.

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How Do I Find the Best Canadian Online Pharmacy?

Author , posted on April 16, 2018

Category: Medical FAQ

It’s a smart move to exercise caution when considering purchasing medications from an online pharmacy. There are vast arrays of questionable suppliers and distributors of popular drugs on the internet, and any 2-minute Google search will confirm their widespread availability.

Many of these counterfeit e-pharmacies offer prescription medicines at slashed prices without requiring a valid prescription issued by a licensed physician, and others who use marketing tactics and savvy web development practices to help customers assume their local groups that can be trusted.

There are, however, many reputable and professional online pharmacies that not only provide convenience and excellent customer experience, but who also go the extra mile to earn the patronage of their clientele. In this post, we’ll explain some of the top ways to find a legitimate online pharmacy.

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Generic Drugs vs. Brand Name: Are The Differences Big Enough?

Author , posted on March 28, 2018

Category: Drug Information

The American Association for Accessible Medicines (AAM) notes while brand name drug companies don’t always have to compete with their competition, generic brands of similar medications do – resulting in lower prices for consumers.

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