I'm David, and work at a pharmacy company. It looks like you were left with a couple questions.
First, Why do we have a generic when your doctor says there isn't one?
There's always a generic of a drug, the question is whether it's approved for sale or still under patent. Since we're in Canada, and you're purchasing from Canada, it's Canadian patent laws that apply. Coreg is off patent in Canada.
The second is Is it legal? First we disagree with the FDA's position. Your purchase is taking place in Canada and is subject to the laws of Canada. We put the disclaimer at the request of Squaretrade, who is a pharmacy inspection company used by Yahoo and Google to determine who is permitted to advertise with them. The FDA's and US customs unoffical policy is that you can order from Canada as long as it's a medicine for your personal use, (as opposed to for resale), and you have a prescript
I hope that helps. All the best.
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