The Nevada law to fight high diabetes drug prices has stumbled.
A pharmacy in Pennsylvania allowed a man to pick up his mother's prescription for fentanyl after being told not to allow it, with tragic results.
In some professions, eternal vigilance comes with the territory.
A Florida appeals court recently ruled that the estate of an Ohio man who died from a fatal dose of pain medication could sue the compounding pharmacy that filled the prescription.
Pharmacists are drug specialists. If their duty is to use their knowledge in service to patients, can they be sued for speaking up?