Educated patients have known for years that randomly buying their medications from websites they find on Google can be dangerous. The National Association of Boards of Pharmacy recently surveyed online pharmacies and found that 97% of them aren’t safe for Americans to order their medication from.
Additionally, the past two years has seen an influx of counterfeits into the United States as fake drug wholesalers have begun bombarding small clinics and physicians with direct sales tactics promising unrealistic discounts. Three separate shipments of a fake version of a cancer drug have been found in the United States in the last two years. It is not known how many patients received fake treatments due to this criminal ring.
How patients can stay safe
Use a discount card such as that from NeedyMeds
We know that patients often go looking for medication from unsafe sources when they’re trying to save money. Working with NeedyMeds and their Patient Assistance Program listings and drug discount card is a best, first step to saving money safely.
Comparison shop for prices, even on generic medication
PSM also recommend using mobile