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Resource ID: #13552
Subject: Health Care
Source: U.S. News & World Report
Date: 1996-08-26


U.S. News & World Report tested 245 pharmacies in seven cities, and found that well over half of their pharmacists were willing to fill prescriptions with combinations of drugs that were at best risky, and at worst, could cause death. One reason for this laxity, the story found, was pharmacists operate under much greater stress now that HMOs have slashed their payments to pharmacies. (August 26, 1996)

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