Submitted by: NWPF
Meds are expensive. Many pay over $1500 a month for the various PD and non-PD meds they take. That’s a hard pill to swallow…. To help defray the cost it's possible to get meds through Canadian pharmacies and average around $500 in savings. Now, with Medicare Part D it's no longer cheaper to get the meds from Canada. If you aren’t eligible for Part D and have little assistance in buying your medication then consider Canada. There are many Canadian pharmacy options on the internet so do your homework well and cost compare a few sites before choosing one.