volume 19, issue 1, P38-38 2013
DOI: 10.1007/bf03355238
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Abstract: Dr. Ambling is a family physician with a busy solo practice. Many of her patients are blue-collar laborers in low paying jobs. Recognizing that some patients are noncompliant with recommended treatment simply because they cannot afford the medications, Dr. Ambling has decided to purchase commonly used, inexpensive antibiotics and blood pressure medications to dispense to her patients who need them, but cannot afford them. She knows that dispensing medications from her office without proper labeling and printed…

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