policies for when pharmacists object to filling certain prescriptions

Some pharmacy associations are coming out with policies for when pharmacists object to filling certain prescriptions.

Problems have arisen when pharmacists object to dispensing meds for emergency contraception...abortion...assisted suicide, etc.

Associations are recognizing that sometimes an individual pharmacist's right to refuse to do certain things conflicts with a patient's right to get legally prescribed drugs.

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