Submitted Testimonials


Company : Campaing for Personal Prescription Importation
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July 13, 2018 Texas

For sixteen years, I have ordered and received prescription drugs from Canada. I have never had a problem and have saved thousands of dollars receiving the same medications in the same manufacturers' containers with the same labeling as those medications I had previously purchased in the United States. I was saddened to learn that this is no longer possible. Why would the pharmaceutical companies punish the citizens of their own country? It can only be greed, made possible by their Lobbying of Congress and their support for those elected individuals in Congress who are also consumed by greed and have no compassion for their fellow man.

July 12, 2018 Texas

In 1993 I was diagnosed and treated for stage 4 cervical cancer. Then it reoccurred in 1997. After the birth of my second child and numerous complications with both births, I opted for a complete hysterectomy. I had a long history of female related health issues including cancer and ovarian cysts. It was my intention to alleviate as many of those issues as I could with the surgery. Due to this I was prescribed hormones by my doctor and after trying almost all there were on the market, I opted to control this with my diet and lifestyle. This worked for quite a few years until I turned 49 and started experiencing hormone related problems.

Being self-employed, health insurance had risen to the point where I could either pay my health insurance or obtain the hormone that I needed to treat my symptoms as the hormone I needed was not covered by my insurance. This was the only hormone I could take and was extremely expensive. I had to make the difficult decision of discontinuing my health insurance so that I could afford the hormone. I choose alternative and holistic methods and never went to a traditional doctor except for my gynecologist due to the cancer diagnoses.

In September 2017, my doctor found cancer for the 3rd time - a malignant tumor where my right ovary used to be – and I had to change my hormone medication. This hormone was even more expensive than the last and so I began to look for alternative sources to fill my prescription. I found [an online pharmacy in Canada], vetted them and decided this would be a great solution. The customer service, pricing, availability of the medication and the shipping methods all met with extreme satisfaction.

My ability to afford and obtain the ONLY medication I need is my highest priority for my health. This is extremely critical now, more than ever after my 3rd cancer diagnosis. There is one hormone I need and cannot afford it if the prescription is filled in the United States. I am an advocate of the right to choose where I obtain MY medication – this is MY health and MY life.

July 10, 2018 Toledo, Ohio

My wife's Doctor prescribed Mebendazole (generic), or Emverm (brand name) for Adrenal Cancer. This medication is only made by Impax Laboratories in the U.S. This drug has been in use worldwide since the early 70's for pinworms, and it use to cost less than a dollar a pill, and available over the counter in Europe and Canada. But since Doctors found that it helps different types of Cancers, Impax jacked up the price significantly. In the Toledo area pharmacies, a 34 day prescription can cost you as much as $28,000. I've also been quoted by CVS pharmacy for $486 a tablet. The prescription from my wife's doctor was for a 90 supply of 180 tablets and could cost over $78,000, but with my company insurance I could get a deal at $66,000. This is a good example of price gouging.

July 8, 2018 LA

My medication is so very expensive FDA should help change the reason healthcare is very expensive in this country because of some of the business.

July 5, 2018 Kansas

For me, the issue isn't about cheaper drugs, it's about the ability to keep a needed and irreplaceable orphan drug at all. I have Meniere's Disease. It is slowly taking my hearing and my balance. The only drug suitable for long-term use that effectively stabilizes my condition is betahistine dihydrochloride (old brand name "Serc"). Serc was developed in 1967, and was originally rejected in the US because of a lack of American effectiveness data. Unfortunately, by the time acceptable data was available to show its effectiveness in a large subset of Meniere's patients, its patent had expired and there was no longer any financial incentive to put it through the approval process in the US. So, for many years, it has been legal to possess Serc in the US but not legal for US pharmacies to sell. Hence, Meniere's patients have had to buy it mail order from other countries. I understand this availability is about to stop. Before I was on Serc, I had relatively frequent knock-down vertigo attacks. Serc had greatly reduced the frequency of these--my last knock-down vertigo attack was more than 2 years ago. Since I learned that my supplier can no longer ship to the US due to the President's trade policy, I have talked to my doctor. There are no other drugs on the US market that do what Serc does. So I face the prospect of returning to frequent vertigo attacks and accelerated loss of my hearing when my current supply runs out, just to satisfy the demands of the President's trade policy favoring American pharmaceutical manufacturers. And the stupid thing about this situation is that I'm not a "greedy" American trying to save money in a foreign market on drugs I "should" be buying at home. I am only trying to buy, via Canada, a necessary and irreplaceble drug that isn't sold in the US at all.

July 3, 2018 AL

My husband got his expensive drugs from [an online pharmacy in Canada] for over 10 years and saved us thousands of dollars. He died 3 years ago but now I find myself in need of a very expensive heart medicine. We never had drug insurance because our medicine was less than the cost of the insurance. The medicine I need is over $450 a month, but I can get it from a reputable drug company in Canada for $117. I think that is criminal that the price is four times as much in our country. It's time for our leaders to quit arguing about unnecessary stuff and start taking care of the older people who helped build this country.

July 2, 2018 New Jersey

The US pricing on Nicorette gum is ridiculous and I was always able to afford the gum from [an online pharmacy in Canada]. Now I cannot afford the US pricing. They want people to quit smoking but the price of the nicorette gum is more then the cigarettes. The US pharmacies make enough profit and now they have tax breaks. It is just terrible that they have taken away the ability to affordable medication.

July 2, 2018 Florida

I had prostate cancer surgery 7 years ago and the procedure to remove my prostate included removing 50% of the nerves which function to produce erections. In order to have normal sexual relations with my wife I have taken 20 mg of generic Cialis. For the past 6 years I have ordered this from a legitimate Canadian pharmacy. My current cost is $16.42 per tablet. This compares to $58.68 per tablet for Cialis from a US pharmacy. The cost in the U.S. is over 250% higher!!! I cannot afford this cost since Cialis is not covered and I have to pay 100% out of pocket. This is price gouging. U.S. citizens should be allowed to order drugs from legitimate Canadian pharmacies with a prescription from a U.S. physician.

July 2, 2018 NY

I am an asthmatic and need daily maintenance medicine since 2009. I have taken foradil (a non-sterodial) medicine for years and it is successful. Novartis stopped distributing foradil in the United States. The over use of drugs in this country is rampant and I will not take more than is absolutely necessary. I need to order from another country.

June 29, 2018 Pennsylvania