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Bing’s disservice to online drug safety

by AEIdeas  -  December 19th, 2018

On November 12th, Bing, Microsoft’s internet search engine, announced a change in its policy on access to medicines via the web. Historically the Food and Drug Administration has allowed individuals to import a 90 day supply of most prescription medicines, even though the law forbids such importation. While importation is prevented primarily to prevent price arbitrage, it is often argued it aids safety.

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