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Welcome to Drug Price Lookup where you can search the world for the best possible price on quality prescription drugs. This source is available for physican offices and the public at no charge. Feel free to link to this page as needed.
In addition to everyday low prices, our search engine now has a discount for quantity feature. The more you buy the more you save!
What started out with drugs from Canada is now an international enterprise. This new network of licensed and approved pharmacies, wholesalers, and distributors allows the average citizen the ability to search the world for the most affordable medicines available.
The question of safety is no longer an issue:
Europe has been importing and reimporting prescription drugs since 1985 without any reported ill effects. As with our Canadian pharmacy, our confidence level with European and other pharmacies is extremely high.
What the FDA and drug companies don't want you to know is, many of the medications we consume in the U.S. have been researched, developed, and manufactured in other countires for quite some time. USA Today Oct. 19, 2004.
The FDA is well aware of the safety of these medications since they are required to inspect these plants on a regular basis.
More drug companies are now manufacturing for the U.S. market in other countries. The same companies that manufacture for the U.S. also manufacture generics for the Indian, Australian, New Zealand, and European markets. These plants have been FDA inspected and approved. Pfizer currently has eighteen locations in India alone Pharmaceutical Company Directory Medi-Lexicon. Other manufacturers have also established facilities in India (Astra Zeneca, Merck, Novartis, Roche, Sanofi-Synthalabo) and more are beating a path to their door:
"India today has the largest number of US Food & Drug Administration (FDA)-approved drug manufacturing facilities outside the US. Drug Master Files (DMFs), which have to be approved by the FDA before a drug can enter the US market, filed by Indian companies total 126 - higher than Spain, Italy, China and Israel put together." Asia Times May 11, 2005.
"Wal-Mart Stores Inc is in talks with major Indian pharmaceutical companies to directly source generic drugs from India for global supply, the Economic Times reported, citing industry sources". Forbes May 1, 2007