Find A Doctor In Mexico

I am interested in finding a doctor in Mazatlan that will help me plan and acquire HGH. I need to do something about my weight and many folks tell me that HGH can help if taken correctly. I will be in Mazatlan at the end of March and the beginning of April and would like to make a doctors appointment. Can you make a recommendation? Thanks, J.W. Carl replies:

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Tijuana Pharmacy?

Here’s a request from a reader that I hope one of you can lend a hand with: I live an hour north of TJ, and have tried the number for the pharmacy you posted and several others on Skype and tried several different ways, and keep getting invalid number message. Can you send ANY link the lists valid phone numbers for Tijuana pharmacies? Thanks for your help.-John Here’s my answer to John: I was hesitant in the first place about […]

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A List of Mexican Pharmacies?

I was wanting to know if there is any way to find actual pharmacies located in Mexico. I am not wanting an online pharmacy, I am wanting to find a pharmacy that I can contact by phone not just by email. If you have any suggestions please email me back.

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Lower Health Care Costs in Mexico

Some U.S. employers are now sending people to Mexico to save on health care costs: El Universal Online In Mexico, healthcare costs are about 40 percent to 50 percent lower than in California

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Buying controlled drugs

Rebecca asks: i would like to know if i can buy soma drug in ciudad acuna mexico ? i called my pharmist and ask him what class my meds were. and he said soma is not controlled. but yet he said they had to treat it like it was a controlled because of the F.D.A said thats the way it is . it doesnt make any since to me or him . thats decieveing the public. i read the paper […]

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Buying Medications In Mexico

Peoples Guide to Mexico == to read the full text of this and other important articles on medications, click on the link above.== Buying Controlled Medicines With A US Prescription by David “El Codo” Eidell Published March 2003 First of all the US prescription is invalid in Mexico, so flashing it in a farmacia or at a snooping policeman is next to worthless.

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