Thursday, March 18, 2004

From the Boston Globe:
Wis. pharmacist faces complaint over Pill refill
A state agency is accusing a pharmacist of blocking a woman's attempts to refill her birth control prescription because of his religious beliefs.

The Department of Regulation and Licensing's complaint against Neil Noesen stemmed from his refusal to transfer the prescription to another pharmacy after he refused to fill it himself.

(Editor's note: Not a Canadian pharmacy story, but an interesting article about pharmacist ethics.)

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