The Sunday Times reported on 27th March 2011 that some people are put off by the cost of anti malarial drugs, and are then paying for the consequences.
The reporter found that the price of the malaria tablets can vary markedly.
Research shows that there were 1,495 cases of malaria in Britain in 2009, with more than half of the victims picking up the disease in Africa. Cost is the main reason why some people don’t take malaria prevention and treatment tablets, with sometimes fatal results.
What can you do? The Sunday Times reported that the cost of a fortnight’s anti malaria tablets with prescription varies enormously from £53.28 at www.PharmacyDirectGB.co.uk to £91.98 at Boots and £112 at the private health clinic at Masta.
So if you want to protect yourself and your family from Malaria and save money, please visit our online doctor for a free consulatation and our online pharmacy for Malarone or Lariam the main prevention and treatment remedies.