Since the beginning of the year, pharmacies registered in France have been authorized to sell medicinal products online that can be purchased without a mandatory medical prescription. In mid-July, the Health Ministry extended this list to 4,000 medicinal products. It's a godsend for online commerce, but not without its risks for the consumer.
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