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 Governor seeks to legalize Canadian drug imports

Also plans new consumer Web site, review of state drug purchases

From Bend.com news  5/12/04


May 12 - SALEM - During a visit Wednesday to the Salem Senior Center, Gov. Ted Kulongoski announced three efforts to combat the skyrocketing prices of prescription drugs and help Oregonians afford needed medications.

The governor's announcements include a plan to seek federal approval to enable Oregonians to import medications from Canada; a new consumer-education web site to help Oregonians reduce their drug costs; and a comprehensive review of the state's prescription drug purchasing in order to keep costs down.

"I am committed to helping all Oregonians - especially seniors - afford the medications they need," said the governor. "Clearly, the issue of affordability of prescription drugs is one that will not go away. With health care costs escalating, we have to look at every possible way to help individuals and state agencies cut costs. Today's actions will give Oregonians a better chance to take control of their health care expenses."

First, the governor announced that he plans to seek approval from the federal government to allow for the legal importation of FDA-approved medications from Canada. He sent a letter Wednesday to Oregon's congressional delegation, asking for their assistance in this effort.

"I have been working with the Oregon Board of Pharmacy to develop a plan that will assure both safe importation as well as the opportunity for consumers to continue using their trusted local, licensed pharmacists," said the governor.

Under the governor's plan, Oregon pharmacists would be allowed only to import those pharmaceutical products approved by the Board of Pharmacy and supplied by approved wholesalers in a safe and regulated manner.

The Board of Pharmacy would license and inspect Canadian pharmaceutical wholesalers to assure that they meet the same safety standards as are required of U.S. wholesalers.

The Board would ensure that medicines originate only from approved manufacturing locations; routinely test medicines for safety; establish safe shipping procedures; and closely monitor compliance with established rules and procedures.

The governor has asked Bruce Goldberg, Administrator of the Office of Health Policy and Research, to lead a small delegation of Oregon representatives on a trip to Canada to establish appropriate links with Canadian officials and wholesalers.

Once that is completed, the governor will finalize the details of the proposal and submit a request for approval to the federal administration. He plans to make such a request as soon as possible, but no later than the next 90 days.

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