Do Not Honor a Fraudulent Rx, Even if Police Request it

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The following was provided by Pharmacy Today:

Pharmacists try to collaborate with police to reduce prescription drug diversion and abuse. Yet there are limits to what pharmacists can do within this collaboration. Committing a crime when asked to do so by police to strengthen the evidence of another crime is not acceptable. Furthermore, it can lead to a pharmacist being terminated from employment. A recent case from Florida emphasizes the adverse consequences of honoring a fraudulent prescription when asked to do so by police. CLICK HERE to read more.

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