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    The Top 10 Wackiest Pharmacy Stories From the 70s: Part 3

    Pharmacy never changes in the final part of our “Best of the 70s” series.

     

    Give them a discount—November 6, 1972

    Pharmacists may complain too much about customers who don’t follow Rx instructions to the letter—but customers who do can really shake up a pharmacist too. Not long ago, for instance, I dispensed some Combid Spansules to a customer. Since the doctor had indicated that the prescription could be refilled, I made a note on the label saying, “Please return container for refill.” Imagine my surprise when a few days later the customer showed up with a handful of empty capsules and a request to have them refilled.

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