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Date:12/8/2009

In the midst of one of the worst recessions in recent history, there is a pressing need to make prescription medications more affordable to millions of Americans living without medical insurance. OrderOnlineDrugs.com is a new, edge leading online pharmacy that promises to address this need, by delivering safe, brand name prescription drugs from Canada, at savings of up to 80% compared to prices in the U.S.

Bridgetown, Barbados (PRWEB) December 5, 2009 -- Order Online Drugs Inc. is proud to announce the launch of OrderOnlineDrugs.com (www.orderonlinedrugs.com), a next generation online Canadian pharmacy that offers brand name prescription drugs at significantly lower prices compared to local drug stores. OrderOnlineDrugs.com prescriptions are filled by the Medicine Shoppe in Abbotsford, British Columbia, Canada - a fully licensed Canadian pharmacy that is part of the Rexall group, the largest integrated retail pharmacy network in Canada.

OrderOnlineDrugs.com boasts prices that are 30-80% lower than US pharmacies. With an expansive inventory of all the most popular brand name drugs, this inclusive online prescription drug pharmacy is a godsend for millions of Americans living without health insurance. The need for cheaper prescription medication is especially dire in Texas, New Mexico, Florida, Louisiana and California where the largest percentage of uninsured residents is found. And according to recent research data, people are turning to the web in record numbers to seek out cheaper prescription drugs.

"It makes sense because of the savings in price. Customers are saving upwards of 50% on average with our Canadian online pharmacy, versus the same identical drug bought in the US, made by the same manufacturer," says Bob Rai registered Canadian pharmacist and CEO of OrderOnlin
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