Drug companies offer many incentives to keep doctors prescribing their drugs. Sometimes this is obviously corrupt but other times it is more subtle. Free lunches, gifts, paying expenses to medical "conferences". Drug companies around the world use their vast wealth to corrupt the medical services industry.
In this post I share two emails I received today where doctors have terrified their patients with out and out lies.
When choosing to buy Hepatitis C medication online it is important to be certain of the reputation of your supplier.
Unfortunately, the internet is full to the brin with sweet-talking scammers whose only interest is making money from you. So before ordering Hepatitis C medicine online check their reputation. This can be done easily by joining a FaceBook Hepatitis C group or joining an online Hep C forum.
If the supplier has no presence in these groups you should avoid dealing with them.
IndiaMart offers many "cheap" Hepatitis C medicines but these prices are not real, they are bait. Avoid suppliers using fake pricing to draw you in.
Greg Jefferys’ blog is not intended as Medical advice and does not intend to offer medical advice.
Whilst Greg Jefferys is doing a PhD it is not in medicine. Any advice offered is offered in good faith and based on an extensive general knowledge of Hepatitis C and access to generic Hepatitis medicines Greg Jefferys has acquired through his work as an advocate and activist
The Hep C Buyers Club is not a company or corporate entity but simply a loose structure intended to offer a free information to people with Hepatitis C
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