Researchers from Harvard University (USA) and Carleton University (Canada) claim that uncontrolled pricing encourages pharmaceutical companies to avoid revolutionary researches of new ED meds. Instead, companies invest their money in marketing. The result is a rise in drug prices. That is why customers cannot afford to buy expensive ED medicines at local pharmacies and do so online, where medicines are much cheaper.
Skenderian Apothecary (Rating: 4.1)
http://www.skenderianapothecary.com/ | 1613 Cambridge St, Cambridge, MA 02138, United States | (617) 354-5600
I have used Skenderian Apothecary pharmacy for 13 years since moving into Spruce park. I have seen many changes, but I feel like the current staff and ownership are the best in my experience. The staff is always prompt, they take phone requests, and I have specifically been helped by Leo and especially Julie. Julie has taken the time to make sure my medications are received and responded to by my PCP, and she always follows through. She is committed and caring, which is a rarity these days. The whole staff, including the owner, are welcoming and decent. Thanks for all your hard work.
Vendors beware! If you are thinking about doing business with this pharmacy, think twice. Our company provided products to sell based on an order from City Rexall Drugs more than six months ago, and our company is still waiting to be paid in spite of multiple invoices.
ViaQX Pharmacy (Rating: 4.4)
https://viaqx.com/ | 465 Cambridge St, Allston, MA 02134, United States | (617) 254-0104
My daughter had an error on her compounded prescription due to a miscommunication from the prescriber’s office. Although it was not the pharmacist’s error, it was quickly corrected. The staff was so understanding and awesome. Thank you, VIAQX Pharmacy, for your outstanding customer service and care.
Very friendly. I transferred my prescription from Walgreens to this pharmacy. They do have a PMI intern, so if that bothers you, that’s something to note. She is really nice and seems eager to learn more while I’m there field. It’s imperative that we SUPPORT LOCAL BUSINESSES!!!
Inman Pharmacy (Rating: 4.1)
http://www.inmanpharmacy.com/ | 1414 Cambridge St, Cambridge, MA 02139, United States | (617) 876-4868
Just got a parking ticket for shopping here, taking a $5 purchase to $20. They didn’t even bother asking on the internal speaker if someone had a blue Jeep – a pretty distinctive vehicle. Inman Pharmacy is dingy and barely kept up. Avoid this store like the plague, because they are not that different.
Kayla helped run our company’s on-site flu shot clinic. She was very accommodating to our needs and made the experience quick and efficient. Thank you, Kayla!
CHA Pharmacy (Rating: 3.3)
https://www.challiance.org/ | 163 Gore St, Cambridge, MA 02141, United States | (617) 499-6690
This pharmacy has served me well for 15 years. Although I no longer live in the area, I continue to use them for my compounded formulas. Prices are competitive, and I trust the quality of ingredients, which is very important to me! I always ask for Leo when I call, who has always been very friendly and helpful! I feel that Highland is doing their best to meet my need.
On the phone with Larry, after 25 minutes on hold, start explaining my situation, as Larry starts talking over me. I stopped him and said, I’m speaking. He was quick to answer my questions, hurrying to hang up. No people skills, no apology. Larry needs a new career or classes on talking to Money spending customers. After all, who’s paying his salary? Finally, I got to speak with Patricia. Problem solved. Great asset to CHA Pharmacy