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As of April 1, the province has reduced the amount for which drug companies can sell their generic wares for in Alberta, from 35 per cent to 18.That is to say, a drug company is only allowed to sell their product if they are willing to subsidize the cost of the drug by 87 per cent; if Drug A has a price of $100, the company can only ask for $18, or else choose not to sell to the province.In increasing situations, such as Penicillin, which the Alberta government has recently delisted, drug companies are choosing not to sell certain products, making them wholly unavailable in Alberta.these companies are not going to sell the drug, (we have no drugs out there at generic prices, and if you come in and you always been on a drug for (your) heart and there is no generic out there because the company stopped selling, now you have to buy that brand name drug at full price, explained pharmacist Ron Mattice during the protest, taking place at the Marina Mall.Extrapolating collaterally, the rebate structure of bulk drug purchasing pharmacists typically undertake to subsidize their businesses, is now in jeopardy, making services pharmacists provide, the hours they are able to work, the amount of pharmaceutical locations open as well as the overall availability of certain drugs, all in danger of detrimental restructuring.When filling a prescription, there are two charges levied to the buyer of the drug: the former 35 per cent cost of the drug, plus a $10.22 dispensing fee. This means if you purchased a drug that had a base price of $100 you would be required to pay only 35 per cent, plus the dispensing fee a total of $45.22.The profit would fund the fee of the pharmacist.That profit, however, has been traditionally augmented by bulk drug purchasing rebates. The larger the quantity of a drug the pharmacist purchased, the lower the cost of the drug would be.the true cost of the drug is $10, I might be able to buy it for $8, explained Mattice, funnel the (remaining) $2 to pay for the expenses associated with running a pharmacy.However, if drug companies, choosing not to compete in the Alberta market because they cannot make a profit at 18 per cent, choose not to make certain drugs available, the bulk purchasing power of the pharmacist is lost, and no rebate is possible; the pharmacist is forced the run the business on the dispensary fee and discounted drug cost, which entails less hours, less service and fewer locations.are hoping for the government to come back to negotiations with the pharmacists of Alberta, to figure out how we can provide the services that are in the best interests of Albertans, and at the same time maintain a viable business model to do so, said Mattice.a professional, it more about being able to provide patient services and being accessible having the time to spend with them and if my employer cuts my hours or cuts the stores hours we not available, furthered pharmacist Janna Turchyn.Brother of Ron Mattice, Bob Mattice, pharmacist within the Tri City Mall noted, most achievable goal for us would be that (the government rethinks) the cutbacks and negotiate with us; longer term ramifications are that there will be businesses and pharmacies close, specifically in smaller towns, said Bob Mattice.At each protest location, pharmacists asked passersby to sign petitions of support in addition to contacting the MLA for Bonnyville Cold Lake, Genia Leskiw, to express their opinion.have been seeing Genia time and time and time again, said Ron Mattice.