Smith's Pharma or other compounders in Ontario Canada

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Smith's Pharma or other compounders in Ontario Canada

Postby alanms » Thu Mar 04, 2004 9:25 pm

I have read a lot about the importance of the compounding of, and the filler used in LDN. I was hoping someone could comment on Smith's or other Pharmas that they may use in Ontario.

Thanks,
Alan
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Postby Andy » Wed Mar 24, 2004 11:08 am

:) Hi Alan, I'm sure if you go to www.spotlighthealth.com and go to the MS page and then the MS support group page and ask the same question, you will get your answer. They are more american and canadian members on there. Please come back here too though. :)

It looks like there is no-one on this site who knows as you asked the question ages ago.

Good luck :)
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Re: Smith's Pharma or other compounders in Ontario Canada

Postby HarryZ » Fri Aug 06, 2004 6:35 pm

Alan,

In Toronto, LDN is compounded at The Medicine Shoppe on Bloor St. West in Etobicoke. They are a very reliable pharmacy.

My wife uses The Canadian Apothacary here in London for her LDN. I asked and they use Avicel as the filler. So far we are pleased at what they have proudced.

Hope this helps.

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