Kansas joins other states in supporting foreign drug buys

12/1/2004 | Kansas City Star (Mo.), The

Gov. Kathleen Sebelius says Kansas will join three other Midwest states in arranging for state residents to buy prescription drugs from Canada, Ireland and the U.K. as part of a plan to reduce the cost of the medicines. Illinois, Wisconsin and Missouri previously had combined to buy the drugs from outside the country, a move the FDA says is illegal under federal law. Sebelius said the drugs being purchased are the same as those sold in the U.S.

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