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fforest Posted - 05/30/2007 : 19:13:57
Here is the best list I have seen on the internet for On-line, off-shore and Mexican pharmacies...
I have had no experience with any of them but if you really need some thing I think they would be worth a try..

Its legal to import any medication for personal use(thats not illegal) if its under a 30 day supply...
If you dig around this list you should find just about any thing your looking for for treating skin cancer or any thing else...

Please Educate yourself on how to use these products if ordering...

http://opioids.com/offshorepharmacy/

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anivoc Posted - 06/08/2007 : 21:29:12
I've ordered Aldara and Retin A .05% from Medsmex before. Takes quite a while to get to you but definitely works.

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