Sticker shock should not apply to prescription medication

In the midst of the holiday season it is not uncommon to experience sticker shock when buying presents for others, but when it comes to making a necessary purchase for your own or your family’s health and wellbeing, sticker shock need not apply.

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As described in the previous blog post, drug cost transparency needs to become a priority when discussing the health and wellbeing of all Canadians.

To learn more and to support Dr.Iris Gorfinkel’s petition to mandate drug-cost transparency on electronic medical records (EMRs) in real time when e-prescriptions are provided to patients – please visit the petition page: http://bit.ly/2A8J04C

Please see the latest update and relevant coverage on this very important call to action here: http://bit.ly/2Dwh4a2

 


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