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Scum-Sucking Xhristard Fuckwit!
#21
RE: Scum-Sucking Xhristard Fuckwit!
(October 17, 2018 at 4:41 pm)Huggy74 Wrote: I know you guys aren't in the habit of asking questions... BUT this story makes no sense.

A quick search shows over 20 pharmacies in the area.

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From the linked story:

The pharmacist even refused to transfer the prescription to another local pharmacy, which forced Peterson and her husband to drive three-and-a-half hours back home to their local pharmacy to get it filled.

(Formatting added for emphasis. Also, this forum needs [blink] tags.)
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#22
RE: Scum-Sucking Xhristard Fuckwit!
You can't expect Huggy to read a whole story.

He has an attention span that can barely handle a fucking bible verse.
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#23
RE: Scum-Sucking Xhristard Fuckwit!
(October 17, 2018 at 4:41 pm)Huggy74 Wrote: I know you guys aren't in the habit of asking questions... BUT this story makes no sense.

A quick search shows over 20 pharmacies in the area.


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Also she was on a weekend getaway when she decide to fill the prescription? why wait till you go on vacation? according to the story she had miscarried weeks earlier.

Somethings not adding up.

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(October 17, 2018 at 1:53 pm)The Valkyrie Wrote: A pharmacist who should have his licence revoked.

You would think that would be a no-brainer, huh?
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#25
RE: Scum-Sucking Xhristard Fuckwit!
Hey they don't do anything to pervert priests who ass rape altar boys.  You think they are going to do anything to a fucking pill counter?

Law in this country has nothing to do with justice.
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#26
RE: Scum-Sucking Xhristard Fuckwit!
Okay doing a little more background research here....

Michigan doesn't have an explicit right to refuse -- ie, the right of pharmacists to refuse to issue a prescription on the basis of personal beliefs. But it also doesn't have a an explicit prohibition on refusals, or at least not a clear one. So far as I could tell (which isn't far, my background research ran up against a hard limit of laziness) Michigan as a state hasn't fallen on one side of this issue or another just yet.

I did find a statute that says a pharmacist "shall" fill a prescription if certain requirements are met... but one of those requirements is the pharmacists own determination that the prescription fills a legitimate need, and this pharmacist seems to have determined by whatever means that it didn't. It's pretty hinky, but it's an easy escape clause to take.

Giving out patient information is definitely actionable.
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(October 17, 2018 at 5:40 pm)Joods Wrote:
(October 17, 2018 at 4:41 pm)Huggy74 Wrote: I know you guys aren't in the habit of asking questions... BUT this story makes no sense.

A quick search shows over 20 pharmacies in the area.

[Image: GbdneLt.png]

Also she was on a weekend getaway when she decide to fill the prescription? why wait till you go on vacation? according to the story she had miscarried weeks earlier.

Somethings not adding up.

Fridays are included in a weekend. Not to mention that miscarriages don't select which days they decide to happen on.

According to other sources she had that miscarriage quite a while before she opted for the medication.

https://www.google.com/amp/s/amp.freep.c...1600714002
Quote:She went to her obstetrician to get checked out.

"They did a viability scan and unfortunately, there was no detectable heart rate," she said. The fetus had died. 

Options for miscarriage 

Peterson's doctor laid out three options:

Wait and see whether her body would be able to completely miscarry without any intervention.

Try the drug misoprostol to help move the miscarriage along.

Schedule a procedure called dilation and curettage, which is commonly called a D&C, to surgically empty the uterus of any remaining fetal tissue. 

She chose the least invasive option, and wanted to see what her body could do on its own. When the process took longer than expected, her doctor prescribed the misoprostol to ensure that Peterson would complete the miscarriage and wouldn't develop an infection. 
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(October 18, 2018 at 3:31 am)Huggy74 Wrote:
(October 17, 2018 at 5:40 pm)Joods Wrote: Fridays are included in a weekend. Not to mention that miscarriages don't select which days they decide to happen on.

According to other sources she had that miscarriage quite a while before she opted for the medication.

https://www.google.com/amp/s/amp.freep.c...1600714002
Quote:She went to her obstetrician to get checked out.

"They did a viability scan and unfortunately, there was no detectable heart rate," she said. The fetus had died. 

Options for miscarriage 

Peterson's doctor laid out three options:

Wait and see whether her body would be able to completely miscarry without any intervention.

Try the drug misoprostol to help move the miscarriage along.

Schedule a procedure called dilation and curettage, which is commonly called a D&C, to surgically empty the uterus of any remaining fetal tissue. 

She chose the least invasive option, and wanted to see what her body could do on its own. When the process took longer than expected, her doctor prescribed the misoprostol to ensure that Peterson would complete the miscarriage and wouldn't develop an infection. 

You asked; why did she decide to wait until the weekend? Well.... You answered that in your own bolded part. 

However, that doesn't have anything to do with what the pharmacist said. And, as stated earlier - the pharmacist refused to send the script to another local pharmacy for it to be filled.
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#29
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(October 18, 2018 at 6:12 am)Joods Wrote:
(October 18, 2018 at 3:31 am)Huggy74 Wrote: According to other sources she had that miscarriage quite a while before she opted for the medication.

https://www.google.com/amp/s/amp.freep.c...1600714002

You asked; why did she decide to wait until the weekend? Well.... You answered that in your own bolded part. 

However, that doesn't have anything to do with what the pharmacist said. And, as stated earlier - the pharmacist refused to send the script to another local pharmacy for it to be filled.

Pharmacies don't have to do anything, some offer to transfer as a courtesy, It's you to your doctor to either send the info to the pharmacy, or give you a form which you take yourself to any available pharmacy.

https://www.deadiversion.usdoj.gov/21cfr...306_25.htm
Quote:PART 1306 — PRESCRIPTIONS
CONTROLLED SUBSTANCES LISTED IN SCHEDULES III, IV, and V
§1306.25 Transfer between pharmacies of prescription information for Schedules III, IV, and V controlled substances for refill purposes.

(a) The transfer of original prescription information for a controlled substance listed in Schedule III, IV, or V for the purpose of refill dispensing is permissible between pharmacies on a one-time basis only. However, pharmacies electronically sharing a real-time, online database may transfer up to the maximum refills permitted by law and the prescriber's authorization.

(b) Transfers are subject to the following requirements:

(1) The transfer must be communicated directly between two licensed pharmacists.

(2) The transferring pharmacist must do the following:

(i) Write the word “VOID” on the face of the invalidated prescription; for electronic prescriptions, information that the prescription has been transferred must be added to the prescription record.

(ii) Record on the reverse of the invalidated prescription the name, address, and DEA registration number of the pharmacy to which it was transferred and the name of the pharmacist receiving the prescription information; for electronic prescriptions, such information must be added to the prescription record.

(iii) Record the date of the transfer and the name of the pharmacist transferring the information.

Maybe he just didn't want to go through the hassle for someone who isn't a regular customer?
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#30
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People who aren't "regular" customers don't use regular money?
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