Whether you are using Penlac nail lacquer or any other drug from a Canadian online pharmacy, make sure you are consulting a doctor or a pharmacist to make sure this is the right drug for you.
You have likely heard a great of topics being discussed as of late with the recent debate over health care raging on in Washington, D.C. You have heard every side of every possible story, everything from the government controlling health care (a single payer system) to why drugs in the US cost much more than Canadian medications. All of them are valid topics and need to be discussed. One topic that should have a little extra light shown upon it, though, has to do with who is really making our health care decisions for us, the doctors or the drug companies.
Most people would safely say that their doctors are the ones prescribing their medication for them, so obviously it is their doctor making the decision. Others may be more inclined to believe that it is the drug companies, who offers rewards and other types of payments for doctors who dish out so many of their brand of medications to patients. While many doctors would scoff at partaking in something like, there are certainly some who take moral and ethic high road here. This has led to another debate, in which pharmacists are likened by some to be better at prescribing Canadian medications than a doctor would be. But the question is, would they really do a better job just because their job involves working strictly with the medications themselves?
A lot of people who make the argument that pharmacists would do a much better job of prescribing Canadian medications for them than their doctor always seem to point to the fact that pharmacists learn the exact same thing in school that doctors do. While there is certainly some truth to this, as a lot of the class based education does overlap, with doctors having to know about drugs and how they affect the body, and pharmacist have to know how the body works, that is about where the similarities end. Once you get past this basic training, you will either go one of two ways. Pharmacists will go on to more science based training, where will learn more about how exactly the drugs work. Doctors, however, will move to what is known in the industry as residency training.
It is during this residency program where doctors in training in training are paired up with actual doctors that have been on the job for years. This is the kind of training that prepares them for their life ahead, whether it’s diagnosing someone with a fatal illness or prescribing Canadian medications to help them live their life better.