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by Robert MacKay, Tuesday, June 29, 2010 | Categories: Cialis | General Health

We have seen an alert from Australia about a product called Cialis 50. The product is sold as an aid for erectile dysfunction but is totally unrelated to the prescription medication called Cialis. Cialis 50 came to prominence a few days ago when an Australian truck driver was admitted to a hospital in Queensland with slurred speech and profuse sweating. It then transpired that the 54 year old truck driver had taken the fake erectile dysfunction medication that had been sold illegally.

This case highlights the dangers of buying counterfeit medication. Many people are tempted to go down the counterfeit route because the fakes are a fraction of the price of the real thing. As you can see from this story, saving a few pounds may do nothing for your health. The Online Clinic is happy to support the 'Get Real' campaign, which aims to educate people on how to get a legitimate prescription, either online or in person. The UK healthcare industry is highly regulated so it could not be easier trying to sort the “Viagra Cowboys” out from the legitimate healthcare providers such as The Online Clinic. Make sure that the clinic that you are dealing with is registered with the Care Quality Commission. We carry their logo on our home page and publish our certificate number so that you can check us out with the regulator. Avoid anyone who does not have a certificate as they are operating illegally.

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