Byline: Edward D. Murphy
Jul. 22--Apparently, buses filled with people looking for prescription drugs run not only to Canada, but run in the opposite direction.
That will become clear Thursday, when a bus with about 15 people will leave St. John, New Brunswick, headed for drugstores and doctors' offices in Bangor. Most of the attention is focused on buses running the other way, filled with people who say price-controlled drugs in Canada are much less expensive than the same medications in the United States.
Thursday's trip is being organized by Consumer Advocare Network in Toronto, which has been pushing for reform of Canada's single-payer health-care plan and …