A letter from 24 eminent physicians, researchers, ethicists and medical school professors objects strenuously to a Canadian advertising campaign that the group says promotes the benefits of a testosterone replacement, which could have dangerous side effects.
UBC report finds B.C. paying too much for generic prescription drugs
By Tiffany Crawford and Tracy Sherlock, Vancouver Sun May 19, 2011
British Columbians could have saved more than $150 million last year on generic prescription drugs if the province had adopted the same pricing model as Ontario, University of B.C. researchers say in a new report.
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