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Canadian Pharmacy Intermediary's Top Reasons U.S. Customers Choose Canada Online Pharmacies Revealed by SaveRxCanada.com
Date:5/6/2011

MIAMI, May 6, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- SaveRxCanada.com the premier Canadian pharmacy intermediary since 2002, reveals the top reasons why U.S. customers still purchase Canada drugs from a Canada pharmacy.

1. Low Prices - It is well-known that Canada drugs can be 85% less than the U.S. price and SaveRxCanada.com has been negotiating the best prices for its clientele since 2002.

2. Convenience – Many patients are elderly and find it difficult to get around. Even though patients lack mobility, many are web savvy and shop around for a Canadian pharmacy.

3. Trust - Prescription drugs purchased at a Canada pharmacy are as safe as the ones purchased in the U.S. Health Canada, a government organization looking into the health of the nation, is known for having stricter norms than the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA).

About SaveRxCanada.com

SaveRxCanada.com has been is a trusted, affordable, and reliable Canadian pharmacy intermediary for over 9 years. The company has been at the forefront of connecting consumers to affordable Canada drugs though its unique network of licensed Canadian pharmacies and International online pharmacies.

SaveRxCanada.com has helped thousands of uninsured individuals and clinics every year, offering considerable savings by taking advantage of cheaper international prices. All prescriptions are dispensed by licensed pharmacies and pharmacists located in Canada, Italy, the UK, New Zealand, India, Switzerland, South Africa, Israel, and Fiji.

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