Now this is interesting!!
How has it survived??
From: pamelajean1 DelphiPlus Member Icon Dec-20 9:29 AM
To: All (3 of 5)
47591.3 in reply to 47591.2
So Here Are The Steps
Get a script for the required medication from your doctor, or an online doctor service like GP2U Telehealth;
Send that script, the authorisation agreement, and your payment to the Buyers Club;
Get your tested medication in the mail ready to use.
This is the fine print, fully sized.
Gilead's patent gives them the legal right to control import/manufacture/export from Australia so it is not possible for the Buyers Club to send medication to addresses outside Australia if the medication in question ever entered the country.
To survive the Buyer's Club must obey every letter of every law.
The Australian personal importation and poisons laws means that you as a patient must see a doctor in Australia and get a script.
If you happen to be outside Australia you could see a doctor online through a service such as GP2U Telehealth who are supportive of patients seeking medication access. If you are in Australia you can see any doctor, although many are not supportive.
An Australian prescription provisions a personal importation, and this can legally be sent anywhere in Australia. Hypothetically if this medication was then exported it is clear this export was not performed by the Buyers Club. Please note that we do not recommend or encourage the notion of shipping medication to a friend in Australia and then asking them to export it to you because that would be illegal, even if it worked fine which it probably would.
The Buyers Club can arrange for medication to be shipped directly from manufacturer to you in the event you live outside Australia and testing can be done on your medication. We are working on making that happen in your country of origin, thus avoiding import/export issues.
The Buyer's Club can not make guarantees about your personal importation of medications.
- See more at: fixhepc.com/getting-treated/how-to-do-it...sthash.GvIySEro.dpuf
Could it be because it is buried and simply hasn't been noticed?