Russia may start selling medicines in installments online 01:59

The online sales and distribution service of medicines “Sber Eapteka” will start selling medicines online in installments. The newspaper writes about this “Vedomosti” Two sources familiar with the company’s new project are quoted.

This information was also confirmed to the publication by a representative of Sber Pharmacy. According to him, a special service will be launched for the development of this project.

According to Vedomosti, the launch of the new service is connected with the service’s desire to occupy a niche that is still free in the market. Various marketplaces currently offer a similar service, but this only applies to dietary supplements, not medicines.

The publication also points out that such a service is not particularly in demand in retail.

Previously, director of the Association of Independent Pharmacies of SRO, president of the Union of Pharmaceutical Associations Victoria Presnyakova spokeIn Russia, approximately 70% of all medicines are prescription drugs.

Previously, Chairman of the Public Council for the Protection of Patients’ Rights, Co-Chairman of the All-Russian Patients’ Union Yan Vlasov statedAlmost half of men in Russia self-medicate and take medications they consider necessary.

Previously in Russia appreciated the ability to provide prescription drugs to patients free of charge.

Source: Gazeta


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