International online pharmacy / US availability threat
Save on meds from Canada? Read up....Big Pharma is still urging the House of Representatives to make all US bound shipments of any medicine and online ordering capabilities for the US residents illegal.
Many people order worldwide US brands of many meds from Canada due to their affordability. This takes away profits from Big Pharma and your freedom of choice.
If not you, it most likely could effect someone you know.
If PROTECT IP and / or SOPA are passed, legitimate international online pharmacies can be shut down. And if that happens, the cost of what you get inside the US most likely will go up as a result of no choice.
I encourage all to got to R x Rights. o r g . You can contact your US Congress representative from the site to express your opinion.
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