I see patients online and make Australian prescriptions for Hep C medications to a Hep C patients.
Seems like the right thing to do to me.
You might, for example, choose to use that script to import medication into Australia under our personal importation guidelines which don't seem to specify that personal importation relates to the precise geographic location at the time of the person making the import at the time it crosses our border.
Nobody in Australia can legally export Sof/Led to the USA because that would breach Gilead's patent which gives them the right to control import/manufacture/export here. It is important that the rules be obeyed to the letter.
If, for example, you happened to be passing through Australia I could see you online while you were in Australia, thus keeping my medico legal insurance happy I was not consulting with patient in the USA because I would not be.
If it also happened that you had imported Hep C medication into Australia that would be a happy coincidence.
I could not then see any reason medication you might have previously chosen to import should not be shipped to your Australian address while you enjoy a holiday in our beautiful country, after all, that clearly that is not export.
And I guess you could take your Australian prescribed medication back home accompanied by your Australian prescription like many tourists do, but I'm a doctor not a lawyer.
It's hard to see it being a misdemeanor or a felony to carry life saving medication with no addiction or abuse potential across a border, but I'm a doctor not a lawyer.
I'm told the "It's for personal use" excuse does not work, but I'm a doctor not a lawyer.