Pharmacies sell drugs at Amazon for the price of $24 per tablet
Pharmacies that sell drugs online for a fraction of the price as prescribed by a doctor can still be viewed as a source of profit for drug makers.
The price of a generic version of a medication on the online marketplace has remained low in recent years, but pharmacies have increasingly found ways to increase the value of the product by selling it for far lower prices.
A pharmacy chain called Pharmacy Depot Inc. said it would no longer sell a generic of a drug it was using for testing at a drugstore in the U.S. after a federal court ruled it had violated a federal law requiring drugmakers to obtain permission from pharmacies before selling drugs to the public.
The U.K.-based pharmacy chain said it was a result of a U.N. panel’s decision last year that found it violated the General Pharmaceutical Regulation Act, which bans the distribution of medicines to people without a prescription.
In a statement on Thursday, Pharmacy Depots spokeswoman Emily Maclure said the company was “committed to working with the U,N.
to improve drug safety and availability in our communities.””
Pharmacy Depot has been working to ensure that our medicines are available to those who need them,” she said.
The generic drug that was sold at a U-Haul outlet in Houston was called Pfizer-3 and had a price of about $15.99 per tablet, according to online pharmacy data.
In the U-S., the generic drug is sold for about $10.95 per tablet.
A generic version has been used for years to treat rare conditions like asthma and a variety of other conditions, including cystic fibrosis.
It is also used to treat allergies and other conditions.
In some cases, the drugs are used to reduce symptoms.
Pharmacies have also been increasing the prices of generic drugs, with some offering cheaper versions of the drug for a limited time.
In October, the Federal Trade Commission announced a crackdown on generic drug prices, saying some drugmakers had charged drugmakers between $1,000 and $20,000 for generic versions of their drugs.
Pharma Depot said it will also stop selling Pfizer’s version of the medication, the generic version, and will instead charge $8.99 for the generic.
The FDA said Thursday it was reviewing the decision and could take further action.
In December, a federal judge in New York blocked the UHaul pharmacy chain from selling a generic drug called Zyrtec, which was developed by Pfizer.
The judge said the drugmaker’s version could cause severe side effects and that its prices were excessive, and that the drug was likely a diversion to pay for marketing expenses.