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Don't let health costs get in the way of your healthcare. Many people can no longer afford the medications that they need. Skyrocketing drug costs are forcing patients to delay or avoid necessary treatment, resulting in further health complications.

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Name
Quantity
Walgreens
Our Price
Savings
Actos (30mg)
84
$440.97
$289.50
$151.47
Celebrex (200mg)
100
$293.32
$159.00
$134.32
Flomax (0.4mg)
120
$194.98
$114.00
$80.98
Fosamax (70mg)
12
$213.59
$83.97
$129.62
Lipitor (10mg)
90
$205.29
$134.00
$71.29
Plavix (75mg)
84
$317.42
$257.00
$60.42
Pravachol (40mg)
100
$374.97
$133.00
$241.97
Premarin (0.625mg)
100
$114.99
$50.00
$64.99
Zocor (80mg)
100
$397.97
$127.00
$270.97

Why are Canadian drugs less expensive?

In Canada, the government created the Patented Medicine Review Board to ensure the prices of patented drugs in Canada are not excessive. As a result, Canadian patented drug prices have risen in only moderate amounts compared to prices south of the border.


Generic drugs: A safe and affordable alternative to brand name drugs

Generic drugs are the generic equivalent of the brand name drug with the same dosage, strength, action, quality, administration and intended use. Market availability depends on the generic manufacturer proving the generic drug has the same active ingredients as the brand-name and that it works the same way in the body, in the same amount of time. As trademark laws prevent generics from looking exactly like their brand-name counterparts you may find that the shape or color look slightly different. This, plus the fact generics are less expensive, are the only differences between generic and brand-name drugs. Patent expiration on brand-name drugs has a lot to do with why generics are less expensive. When the patent expires on a brand-name drug, generic manufacturers can produce a copy of the brand-name and sell it at a considerable discount. Plus, with the invention of the drug already established generic manufacturers do not have to invest huge sums of money into research and development, also keeping the cost of generic drugs down.


What about Medicare Part D?

The Achilles heel of Medicare Part D is that it forces patients to continue paying for overpriced drugs. For most seniors, DoctorSolve has numerous advantages that result in better savings and convenience. At DoctorSolve our patients choose the drugs that are best for them, not insurance companies with limited formularies. There's no premiums, no co-pays, no contracts, no worrying about losing coverage, and absolutely no fuss... just great savings, all the time.

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