The National Community Pharmacists Association (NCPA) released a statement today supporting The Ryan Haight Act. Big surprise.
Notable quotes from their self-serving press release include grandiose, generalized statements such as “[t]he safety of every American is at risk if these illegal online operators are allowed to continue.” Somehow I doubt that.
And, even worse, “some . . . 95.6% of internet pharmacy sites are operating illegally.” Interesting. If true, why in the world do we need The Ryan Haight Act (which tries to outlaw internet pharmacies)? Someone should review future press releases for blatant inconsistencies.
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