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Pt 20 lut, 2015 22:32

witam, dowiadywalam sie kiedys tutaj o lek dla chlopca chorego na raka. Weszlam na apteke internetowa ktora miala najnizsze ceny tego leku i wyslalam maila z zapytaniem. Odpowiedz byla szybka i konkretna, wraz z lepsza nizsza cena na lek. w Niemczech kupilam innym razem tez jakies leki wspomagajace leczenie ziarnicy dla kolezanki bo byly o wiele tansze jak w Polsce i sprzedali na polska recepte. Najlepiej zapytac dana apteke, czy prowadza taka sprzedaz, ale z tego co wiem prawo unijne mowi, ze mozesz kupic lek w kazdym panstwie unii. A to kopia odpowiedzi z apteki, ktora otrzymalam na moje zapytanie:

Good Morning

Thank you for contacting Chemist Direct

I can confirm we can supply you with Vfend online however you must have a valid prescription to send in to us before we can dispatch this medication.

If you have a valid prescription we would need you to place an order online or over the telephone which will generate an order number which will have to be written on the original prescription then this would need to be posted to us at Freepost RSJG-XYTG-HRJT, Chemist Direct, Unit 8-9 Junction Two Industrial Estate, Demuth Way, Oldbury, United Kingdom, B69 4LT, once we have received the prescription we would dispatch the medication to you. Please note we cannot accept prescriptions outside of Europe. Please note whilst we can accept prescriptions from within the EU, they must be written in English clearing stating the dosage and direction for use and be accompanied with a copy of the doctor's certificate of registration with the Medical Council.

Please see the attached information in regards to the type of prescription we can accept within the EU.

If you have any questions please call on 0845 259 0175 and we will try our best to resolve your query. Our phone lines are open 8.30AM to 7.00PM Monday to Friday and 9.00AM to 5.00PM Saturday.

Kind Regards
Stacey Aston
Customer Service

Unit 8, Junction 2 Industrial Estate
Demuth Way
Oldbury
West Midlands
B69 4LT

Email: stacey.aston@chemistdirect.co.uk
Tel: +44 (0) 121 541 1800 (Ext 219)
Fax: +44 (0) 121 544 4740
Web: www.chemistdirect.co.uk

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So 21 lut, 2015 09:26

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Please see the attached information in regards to the type of prescription we can accept within the EU.

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So 21 lut, 2015 15:02

EEA and Swiss prescriptions: legal requirements
© National Pharmacy Association, April 2014. Produced by Pharmacy Services.
Direct dial: 01727 891 800 or 0844 7364 201 Email: pharmacyservices@npa.co.uk Online: www.npa.co.uk
UK legislation allows prescriptions written by a European Economic Area (EEA) health professional from
another EEA country or by prescribers from Switzerland to be dispensed by pharmacies in the UK. In
addition, pharmacists can, where appropriate, make emergency supplies.
Definition
An “EEA health professional” is:
A doctor of medicine, a nurse responsible for general care, a dental practitioner, a midwife* or a
pharmacist as those professionals are defined within the meaning of Council Directive
2005/36/EC
A professional exercising activities in the health care sector which are restricted to a regulated
profession as defined in Article 3(1)(a) of Directive 2005/36/EC; or
A person of equivalent professional status to a health care professional within the meaning of
Regulation 8
REF: The Human Medicines (Amendment) Regulations 2014 (Regulation 4)
An EEA health professional is an appropriate practitioner in relation to any prescription-only medicine
(POM) other than a product subject to special medical prescription. A product subject to special medical
prescription is any Schedule 1, 2 or 3 Controlled Drug (CD).
REF: - HMR 2012 (Chapter 2 Regulation 214) and the Human Medicines (Amendment) Regulations 2014
(Regulation 4)
Prescription requirements
Definition
A medicinal product is:
Any substance or combination of substances presented as having properties for treating or
preventing disease in human beings
Any substance or combination of substances which may be used in or administered to human
beings either with a view to restoring correcting or modifying physiological functions by exerting
a pharmacological, immunological or metabolic action, or to making a medical diagnosis
REF: Directive 2001/83/EC of the European Parliament and of the council of 6 November 2001 on the
community code relating to medicinal products for human use (Article 1)
To be legally valid, the minimum standards that a prescription written by an EEA or Swiss health
professional needs to comply with are:
a) The prescription must be issued in an EEA state (excluding the UK) or Switzerland and the
prescriber must be legally entitled to issue a prescription of that kind in the country in which the
prescription is issued
b) The prescription must be signed in ink by the prescribing health professionalEEA and Swiss prescriptions: legal requirements
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c) The rest of the prescription must be written in ink or otherwise indelible and include:
The patient’s:
o First names written out in full and their surname
o Date of birth
The issue date of the prescription
The prescribing health professional’s:
o First names written out in full and their surname
o Professional qualification
o Direct contact details including:
 Email address
 Telephone number or fax number with the appropriate international prefix
o Work address
o Name of the relevant member State in which that health professional works
Details about the prescribed product, including where applicable the:
o Common name of the product
o Brand name if:
 The prescribed product is a biological medicinal product or;
 The prescribing health professional deems it medically necessary for that product to be
dispensed and the health professional’s reasons justifying the use of the branded
product
o Pharmaceutical formulation (tablets, capsules, etc)
o Quantity
o Strength of the medicinal product as defined in Article 1 of the 2001 Directive
o Dosage regimen
d) The prescription is valid for six months from the date on which it was signed by the health
professional:
Unless for a Schedule 4 CD, which is valid for 28 days
For repeatable prescriptions see below
REF: - HMR 2012 (Chapter 2 Regulation 218) and the Human Medicines (Amendment) Regulations 2014
(Regulation 7)
Electronic prescriptions
Provided it meets the prescription requirements above (exempting the requirements to be signed by the
prescriber and written indelibly), an EEA or Swiss healthcare professional can issue an electronic
prescription if it is:
Created in electronic form
Signed with an electronic signature
Sent to the person by whom it is dispensed as an electronic communication (whether or not
through one or more intermediaries)
REF: HMR 2012 (Chapter 2 Regulation 219) and the Human Medicines (Amendment) Regulations 2014
(Regulation 7)EEA and Swiss prescriptions: legal requirements
© National Pharmacy Association, April 2014. Produced by Pharmacy Services.
Direct dial: 01727 891 800 or 0844 7364 201 Email: pharmacyservices@npa.co.uk Online: www.npa.co.uk
Repeat prescriptions
Repeat prescriptions are allowed under similar circumstances to UK prescriptions. The following
conditions must be met:
The first dispensing of a POM should be made within six months of the date the prescription was
signed or within 28 days of the date for a Schedule 4 CD
Any dispensing instructions stated by the prescribing EEA health professional should be
followed
Where the number of repeats is not specified, the prescription can only be repeated once
(dispensed twice in total)
o The only exception is when oral contraceptives have been ordered on a repeatable
prescription in which case it can be dispensed a total of six times (five repeats) before
the end of the period of six months from the appropriate date
REF: - HMR 2012 (Chapter 2 Regulation 217)
Controlled Drugs
Schedule 4 and 5 CD prescriptions from an EEA or Swiss health professional can be dispensed in the UK.
Additionally, pharmacists can make an emergency supply where appropriate (see “emergency supply”
section below) for these schedules. Prescriptions for Schedule 1, 2 and 3 CDs CANNOT be dispensed in
the UK.
Please note that prescriptions for Schedule 4 CDs are only valid for 28 days from the issue date of the
prescription.
REF: - HMR 2012 (Part 12 Chapter 1 Regulation 213 and Chapter 2 Regulation 214)
Emergency supply
Supplies can be made either following a request from an EEA or Swiss health professional, or at the
request of a patient who is under the care of an EEA or Swiss health professional.
Pharmacists should follow the normal procedure for making an emergency supply
Pharmacists can make an emergency supply of a Schedule 4 or 5 CD at the request of an EEA or
Swiss health professional, or the patient
Emergency supplies for Schedule 1, 2 or 3 CDs (including phenobarbitone for epilepsy) are
NOT allowed at the request of an EEA or Swiss health professional or at the request of a
patient of an EEA or Swiss healthcare professional
REF: - HMR 2012 (Chapter 1 Regulation 213) and (Chapter 3 Regulations 224 and 225)
For further information on emergency supply please refer to the NPA Pharmacy Services factsheets
“Emergency supply of prescription-only medicines: legal requirements” and “Emergency supply of
prescription-only medicines: practical guidance”.EEA and Swiss prescriptions: legal requirements
© National Pharmacy Association, April 2014. Produced by Pharmacy Services.
Direct dial: 01727 891 800 or 0844 7364 201 Email: pharmacyservices@npa.co.uk Online: www.npa.co.uk
Record keeping
Definition
The “relevant date” means:
The date on which the last entry is made in the written or computerised pharmacy record
The date of the final sale or supply of a POM on a repeatable prescription (that is not a health
prescription or a prescription for a CD)
The date on which the POM was sold or supplied for non-repeatable prescriptions (that are not
health prescriptions or prescriptions for CDs)
REF: HMR 2012 (Part 12 Chapter 4 Regulation 253)
Requirements
Dispensed EEA and Swiss prescriptions need to be recorded in the POM register in the same way
as private prescriptions issued by UK-registered prescribers
A person lawfully conducting a retail pharmacy business must make a written or computerised
entry in a record kept for that purpose for every sale or supply of a POM on prescription.
The original prescription must also be retained (see exemptions below). These records and
prescriptions must be kept for two years from the relevant date
The entry must be made on the day of sale or supply or, if that is not reasonably practicable, the
following day
Exemptions to record keeping requirements
The requirement to keep a pharmacy record for the sale or supply of a POM against a prescription does
not apply if:
The prescription is for an oral contraceptive
REF: HMR 2012 (Part 12 Chapter 4 Regulation 253)
Details to be recorded
The date on which the POM was sold or supplied
The name, quantity and, except where it is apparent from the name, the pharmaceutical form
and strength of the POM sold or supplied
The name and address of the person giving the prescription
The name and address of the person for whom the POM was prescribed
The date on the prescription
REF: HMR 2012 (Schedule 23)EEA and Swiss prescriptions: legal requirements
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Details to be recorded for repeatable prescriptions
Where the sale or supply of a POM against a prescription is not the first sale or supply on that
prescription, a record should be made of:
The date on which the POM is sold or supplied and a reference to the entry in the record which
was made in respect of the first sale or supply of that prescription — that record must contain
all the particulars specified in the “Details to be recorded” section above, or
All the details as specified in the “Details to be recorded” section above
REF: HMR 2012, Schedule 23
Emergency supplies
Any emergency supplies made to EEA or Swiss patients should also to be recorded in a same manner to
existing requirements. For further information on emergency supply please refer to the NPA Pharmacy
Services factsheets “Emergency supply of prescription-only medicines: legal requirements” and
“Emergency supply of prescription-only medicines: practical guidance”.
It is good practice to document any appropriate checks that have been carried out to determine the
authenticity of prescribers and/or actual prescriptions.
Further information
NPA Pharmacy Services factsheet “EEA and Swiss prescriptions: practical guidance”
NPA Pharmacy Services factsheet “Emergency supply of prescription-only medicines: legal
requirements”
NPA Pharmacy Services factsheet “Emergency supply of prescription-only medicines: practical
guidance”
Reference
UK legislation UK: http://www.legislation.gov.uk/
European legislation
Disclaimer
NPA Pharmacy Services has liaised with the appropriate Government Organisations in the development
of this document. The information published is, to the best of our knowledge, correct at the time of
publication. However, no responsibility will be accepted for any consequences of decisions made using
this information.
*At the time of writing, the NPA Pharmacy Services team is waiting for clarification from the Medicines
and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency that midwives are included in the list of EEA health
professionals allowed to issue prescriptions which can be dispensed in the UK.

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Pn 14 gru, 2015 16:41

Polecam Panią Kamilę, która pomogła mi uzyskać morfinę po dobrej cenie. Kontakt do niej to recepty@zaufani.com . Troszkę czeka się na przesyłkę, ale warto.

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Pn 14 gru, 2015 22:01

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Polecam stronę bloga http://zdrowie-publiczne.com/ o tematyce zdrowotnej, na której znajduje się wiele praktycznych porad i ciekawostek, opisuje m.in. jak wygląda profesjonalna opieka i prowadzenie polskiej kliniki w Londynie, dlaczego tak ważna jest kontrola wagi i dlaczego warto wybrać polskiego lekarza, a także podpowiada, jak właściwa dieta wpływa na zdrowie.

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