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That is a strange situation. If in fact the pills can only be received by the user from a pharmacist with a doctor's prescription there, theoretically, is no problem.

 

But there obliviously is a problem. With State and Federal government agencies monitoring this thing, I can't see how answers are not available.

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I had a medication mix-up when my generic medication totally changed size and color so I mistook it foe another of my medications. It's hard to keep up with the changes. 

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  Sadly, this is spreading to nearby states.    Otherwise, offered without comment     http://www.wvgazettemail.com/news-health/20161217/drug-firms-poured-780m-painkillers-into-wv-amid-ri...

 

   

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