Since eDrugSearch.com’s founding in 2006, we have earned the loyalty of thousands of consumers — and the praise of the news media — for our success in making it safe and easy to buy prescription drugs from Canada.
We are based in San Antonio, Texas, so the local media was the first to notice us. In addition to stories in the city’s paper and business journal, we were the subject of this report on KENS-TV, San Antonio’s CBS station:
Once the word got out beyond San Antonio, other organizations and media outlets began to talk about us. Barbara McKee, in her regular column in the Albuquerque Journal, wrote:
I use the Web site eDrugSearch.com to look up online drugstores … If you do your homework, you can get your prescriptions delivered safely, correctly and on time.
The popular Web site KillerStartups wrote:
People increasingly purchase their medication online because it saves them money. The problem that many have is not knowing which online pharmacies are credible and which are not. eDrugSearch.com seems to have solved this problem by pre-qualifying online pharmacies and thereby removing the uncertainty from online drug purchases.
Cary Byrd, our company’s founder, has been called an “e-health innovator” by MarketIntellNow, interviewed by top pharmaceutical industry journalist John Mack, invited to Matthew Holt’s Health 2.0 Conference and a Consumer Reports health summit, and highlighted on numerous health blogs.
We have also been invited to participate in panel discussions on buying drugs over the Internet, such as in this national TV appearance on “The Morning Show with Mike and Juliet”:
As our way of giving back to the health and medical blogosphere, we created the Healthcare 100, an influential blog directory that has been covered by the Wall Street Journal and many other media outlets.
With your support, we will continue our mission to help Americans buy drugs they can afford — from a Web site they can trust.