Canadian Internet pharmacies oppose drug reimportation . . . !
"Canadian pharmacies are ready and able to service a mail-order program for uninsured patients. But opening a global trade for bulk drugs is simply not sustainable - it could jeopardize existing therapies to millions of Americans," says Barney Britton, President of Minit Drugs.
Here is press release.
So . . . what's up?
Simple. Canadian Internet pharmacies currently make their living off the fact that drug reimportation is not legal in the US.
If bulk drug importation would become legal, the Canadian Internet pharmacies wouldn't do the sales--various wholesalers would make the big bucks.
So, they don't mind the status quo.