The Canadian Discount Center is up and running and trying to help save people money on their prescription drugs.
Some people are buying their prescription medicines from countries like Canada. By doing that, they can save as much as 60 percent. That's because Canada's government has a cap on drug prices.
The founder of Ozark's Canadian Discount Center, Dr. Russell Page, said most drugs such as those used to treat breast cancer are cheaper in Canada.
For more information, you can log onto www.canadiandiscountdrugs.com or call 1-800-863-2099.
Consumers are also reminded that buying prescription drugs from Canada is a very controversial matter, because of the lack of regulations regarding those sales.
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