Another cynical example of an online drug marketing site pretending to be legitimate, and preying on consumers who are starting to be leery of counterfeiting. Just received an email from this august institution, whose website link leads directly to a Hong Kong based web site. Here's their ad, the English syntax of which is a dead giveaway. Imagine that you are a senior citizen and momentarily can't recall that the proper institution's name is the AMA....I doubt this happens too often, but even once is too often. Caveat emptor.
There are some legitimate, fully licensed sources of imported drugs, and for more information one should visit eDrugSearch.com.
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