What Can I do if My Medicine is Unavailable?
Unlicensed medicine is the answer, when you are unable to get the best medical treatment with the available products in your country. An unlicensed medicine is a medicine that is not (yet) marketed in your own country but is marketed in another country.
If your medicine is unavailable, the first step is to speak to your doctor. Specific Pharma are not allowed to provide information or medicine to private persons directly. Once you and your doctor have decided on a course of action, we can help your doctor, and thereby you, gain access to the right treatment. This service is often referred to as medicine on a ”named patient basis”, ”compassionate use permit” or ”special permit”.
At Specific Pharma, we know it can be frustrating when you or your next of kin is unable to get the needed medication. We know that your situation is unique and we have a special commitment to help improve the lives of all patients with unmet medical needs. We import the needed medicine by engaging with our wide network comprising of health authorities, healthcare professionals, suppliers, and others to provide you or your next of kin with the right treatment.