Pharmacists who send medications to patients abroad need to follow certain rules

Pharmacists who send medications to patients abroad need to follow certain rules...to avoid delays or even criminal investigations.

When shipping to ANY foreign destination, always indicate on the customs declaration form or waybill that the package contains prescription medications, and include the names of the medications.

Specific countries have their own additional rules.

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