Canadian mail order losing scripts to Part D

February 27, 2006

The Medicare Part D drug benefit has hurt cross-border drug sales by as much as 30%, according to the Canadian International Pharmacy Association. The group also contends that U.S. authorities have stepped up enforcement of laws against drug importation in recent weeks.

Canadian mail order losing scripts to Part D

The Medicare Part D drug benefit has hurt cross-border drug sales by as much as 30%, according to the Canadian International Pharmacy Association. The group also contends that U.S. authorities have stepped up enforcement of laws against drug importation in recent weeks. The industry is considering marketing more heavily to the 45 million Americans with no health insurance to offset the loss of seniors.

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