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Company : Campaing for Personal Prescription Importation
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December 21, 2020 Oregon

I have been ordering out of Canada for approx. 2 years. I have a heart condition that requires Corlanor 7.5mg to regulate heart rate. The cost of 60 tabs (30 days) is approx. $500.00 List price in the USA. The good rx price is about $460.00. My insurance price is about $236.00. The generic Corlanor is $42.00 a month from Canada. I am not a rich person. If I had to buy the Corlanor in the USA, I would have to stop use or take a much smaller dose. Canada is willing to help the USA customers greatly reduce the price paid for some very expensive medications. Please continue to allow medications to be imported to the USA from Canada.

December 20, 2020 South Carolina

I have been ordering my prescription medication from a Canadian pharmacy for over 15 years. It has saved me thousands of dollars. My experience has always been very professional, efficient, responsive, and timely.

December 18, 2020 CA

Five years ago, my income was so low that I received money back from the government. Paying U.S. prescription prices even for just my most important medications Orphenadrine and Estradot would definitely have strapped me financially. Now, they are not covered by Medicare. Getting my prescriptions at affordable prices from Canadian pharmacies has been a lifeline.

December 18, 2020 Minnesota

I have asthma. Most of my inhalers cost hundreds of dollars a month. There was a period of time when I couldn't afford my inhalers (one cost $700/mo another was $400 a month). My doctor suggested I check into Canadian pharmacies and now I get all my inhalers for about $200 a month. I also have dry eyes from chemo (had cancer in 2004), so I need Restasis (around $700 a month in the US) to see well. I have recently been able to start getting that from Canada as well for a much-reduced cost (under $300/mo).

November 23, 2020 WISCONSIN

I am retired and living on Social Security. The prescription that I need to take daily, costs 3 times as much in the US versus what I pay for from an online Canadian pharmacy called Northwest Pharmacy. I rely on Northwest Pharmacy to provide an affordable solution to my medical needs.

Thank you!

October 28, 2020 NC

I am purchasing Januvia and Renexa from Canada for my diabetes and heart (angina) in the US these would cost me $140+ and $300+ respectively for 90 days with my insurance. In Canada, I can get them for $60 and $80 respectively without insurance.

August 10, 2020 Cleveland, OH

I was shocked to hear that my provider would no longer cover a simple steroid cream used for eczema. Every month I pay insurance premiums and do not use any other prescription drugs except for an occasional antibiotic. It's as if the insurance company looked into my usage records and removed the one drug I use. My pharmacist told me that clobetasol propionate cream was no longer in the formulary and that my cost for 60 g (about two years supply for me) would be $500 USD. $500!! That's absurd and nearly half my monthly income. Out of the US the price is a fraction of that at $55 Canadian for 100g or about $43 Pounds. This is the US government facilitate gouging and it's shameful.

July 9, 2020 INDIANA

I purchase Bystolic. I have Obamacare Coverage, and lucky to get it. My CO-PAY is over $ 1600.00 WITH PRESCRIPTION COVERAGE for a three month supply. I can order overseas from an Internationally registered pharmacy for $ 78.00. - Now think about this- They make a profit selling it at $ 78.00. Shame on our political machine that allows this to happen.

May 20, 2020 Idaho

I have been getting my Advair through the Canadian pharmacy for 2 years as it saves me over $200 per month. I have never had any problems using them. The USA prices are absorbent for people on SS and no prescription coverage.

April 28, 2020 Virginia

I have been diabetic for years. I have tried all the various medications that all had horrible side effects, the worst being Metformin. My doctor decided to try Ozempic to get my diabetes under control. However, in the US the cost for this (even with insurance) was over $800. That's more than my monthly insurance premium! After much frustration, and many tears, my mother recommended that I try a pharmacy in Canada. This will be my first time attempting this, but the cost difference is astounding. Ozempic in Canada is $299 compared to the US at over $800. It's still costly, but not more than a rent payment! The US should be ashamed!