Miracle Drug Domperidone Shouldn't Be Banned

by CPOHealth - February 9, 2017

CNN hosted the healthcare debate Tuesday between Senators Bernie Sanders and Ted Cruz. President Donald Trump has promised to repeal and replace the Obamacare, while Democrats has vowed to defend former President Barack Obama’s landmark legislation.

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He used Cassie Le’s story as an example - her seven years Old daughter who was put on a feeding tube when she was seven months old. There is a drug called Domperidone used across the world to treat her condition called gastroparesis. She was taken off the feeding tubes and was living well with domperidone medication. Domperidone is available in more than one hundred countries including Canada and EU. However, the FDA is blocking the Le family and their access the only drugs that allowed them to have a normal life. The mother said she feared that her daughter will need the feeding tubes again.

“We shouldn’t have government putting up barriers to people getting their drugs.” Ted Cruz said.

Canada Pharmacy Online has over 10 years’ experiences in serving American patents with safe and reliable prescription medications. We are supply brand Motilium and generic domperidone from Canada, UK, and other countries around the world. Domperidone is called a “miracle drug” used for the treatment of gastropareses, acid reflux (GERD), and sometimes for nausea and vomiting.

Related to: A Prescription For Your Survival With Gastroparesis


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