Fla’s Drug Importation Plan Only Creates More Problems


The logic behind Florida’s new drug-importation program, which the U.S. Food and Drug Administration formally approved earlier this month, might seem straightforward. Since prescription drugs cost less in Canada, purchasing medicines in bulk from across our northern border should deliver significant savings.

As Florida will soon discover, however, the devil is in the details.

For starters, any savings the program might generate won’t flow to patients but to Florida’s state government.

Click to read the full article in Newsmax.

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