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Who killed Santa?

No, at first glance, it is not an iatrogenic death, even if it is fashionable now to incriminate the pharmaceutical industry forgetting that many other actors are part of this vicious circle that medicalizes our lives. And even if, given the venerable age of Santa Claus, it is certain that an agonist analog GnRH (Enantone, Decapeptyl …) or a glitazone (Actos …) or a gliptin or … would have provoked a heart attack in less than two or heart failure in less than three. Or maybe Santa Claus has abused Viagra too much, with these obligatory, uniformly prescribed times of play, performance and duration.

Is not Don Quijote who wants …

Anyway, if you want to raise a battery of children fanatics nuclear, fierce opponents of ecology and technosciences – even if it is not Mother Nature who has grown the wind turbines – show them this image of Jean-Michel Thiriet and explain to them why they will not have any more video games next year, nor dolls suffering from breast hypertrophy by prostheses to inflate the hole of the Secu, nor animals which illustrate the digestive functions …

The Enlightenment – this is the case to say – will have been right about the myth and the obscurantism of our kids …

In 2012, let’s try to make the joke of George Peters quoted by Professor Jean-Louis Montastruc: “one medicine is fine, two drugs, it’s possible, three drugs, watch the patient, four drugs, monitor the doctor; five drugs, hospitalize the doctor! “

Since no one tries this thankless task, Pharmacritique should “monitor” as doctors, even though some of them, fortunately rare, prefer to see myself in the place of Santa Claus on a wind turbine blade (c ‘ is the message of peace and love of neighbor that emerges from their “announcements” or “good news”, to stay in the vocabulary of season …). Maybe they will find a little serenity or they will solve a possible dysfunction of biliary secretions thanks to the guaranteed natural drugs, in DCI, effective and without undesirable effects listed on this page , like the Fepalcon °;) From the time of the hippies , there were other substances to create a mood of peace and love;)

Happy New Year everyone!

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Non Prescription Drugs

Depending on the country you are in, the legislation on online pharmacies can be very different. Here, it is online pharmacies accessible from France that interest us. The latter can officially sell drugs on the internet since 1 January 2013. However, this does not apply to all medicines. It is therefore essential to review the operation of online pharmacies in France.

What can you buy?

While in some countries all medicines without exception can be sold, this is not the case in France. Indeed, it is impossible to legally obtain drugs that normally require a prescription from a doctor. In this case, you must go to a traditional pharmacy, because this kind of medicine is prohibited for sale online in France.

Thus, when we talk about online pharmacies, in reality we do not find all the products present in a conventional pharmacy. Only non-prescription drugs may be available online.


This is a real obstacle to the development of online pharmacies. Permitting the sale of prescription drugs could boost the online pharmacy market. The reason for this blockage is above all safe. By banning the sale of these types of drugs, the government is blocking access to drugs that can be dangerous or used for other purposes than for treatment. The person is therefore obliged to go to a conventional pharmacy and present a prescription from his doctor to be able to benefit from these drugs. Yet, as discussed in another article, online drugs can only be sold by pharmacists. So there is also a more lobbyist reason for pharmacists. These do not necessarily see as good news the development of online pharmacies, since they can lose many customers.

Still, it may be relatively simple to implement an electronic prescription to secure the online purchase of over-the-counter medications. If not in other countries, it is the doctor himself or the clinic who orders the drugs for the client so that he receives them directly at home. So there are solutions that we may see develop in France in the coming years, when the legislation will be relaxed on this subject.