Well several months ago, we had patients from China asking for treatment. All the couriers we requested information from said it is difficult to send treatment to China. It seems that an import/export permit is required to receive treatment. For God's sake are you serious!!
What's the next step? We contacted our international courier services again and requested it be shipped to Hong Kong. Smiles all around, no restrictions whatsoever, smooth sailing. So we sent out several regimens of generic Harvoni, Sovaldi and Daklinza. At that time Epclusa was not available. All of our patients' contacts in Hong Kong received their treatment without any issues.
We would like to interupt this message and sing in halls of worship halelujah for 30 seconds.
Now in 2017, we're told all treatment headed to China can be send without any import and export certificates held by the receiver. Well, we don't know if this is good to be true just yet. We will experiment and see if our patient actually gets the treatment in their hands.
We always recommend that all of our patients from China to receive their treatments in Hong Kong. Its tried and tested and it has worked with out fail. So, please take the time and effort to find a responsible person to receive the treatment in the more friendly Hong Kong.
If you by chance of a proper method or procedure to receive treatment in mainland China, please share with http://www.sunnypharma.org. You can also email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We're also available at our US telephone number 1-858-952-1077, 24 hours a day 7 days a week.
We look forward to any assistance or knowledge you can share with our staff and our organization. In the mean time, do whatever it takes to make sure you get the generic versions of Harvoni, Sovaldi, Epclusa and Daklinza.