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Friday, January 14, 2011

to these people, life STOPS at birth

if one cares so very much for a fetus, why then wouldn't one care for an actual BORN human being? please tell me. please.

so a pharmacist asks a question they KNOW cannot be answered due to confidentiality laws (hell, i know about 'em). they KNOW they med requested is used to stop BLEEDING. SOOOOOOOOOOOO, the pharmacist would allow a woman to BLEED TO DEATH all in good conscience?  yup. that's really neighborly of ya!

story tip from lemmy caution

by Jill
If those drugs are possibly being given to women who have had abortions. A nurse practitioner at an Idaho Planned Parenthood called a local Walgreen’s pharmacy to fill a prescription for Methergine, a medicine used to prevent or control bleeding of the uterus following childbirth or an abortion. The pharmacists refused to fill the prescription unless the nurse told her whether or not the patient had an abortion. Because of patient confidentiality laws, the nurse refused to disclose that information, and asked for a referral to another pharmacy. The pharmacist hung up. ............... 
By Sharon Strauss sstrauss@idahopress.com Idaho Press-Tribune |
NAMPA — Planned Parenthood of the Great Northwest has filed a letter of complaint with the Idaho Board of Pharmacy regarding the actions of a Nampa pharmacist.
Idaho Board of Pharmacy Executive Director Mark Johnston confirmed that the board received the complaint alleging that on Nov. 6 a Walgreens pharmacist refused to fill a prescription ordered by one of Planned Parenthood's Boise-based nurse practitioners. The prescription was for a Planned Parenthood patient for Methergine, a medicine used to prevent or control bleeding of the uterus following childbirth or an abortion.
An inquiry to Walgreens' Corporate office seeking comment was not immediately addressed..............

2 comments:

Lemmy Caution said...

Stroy tip from....who? WHO!? Who gave you this story!!?

lol.

a rose is a rose said...

my typing was whack therefore the code was whack. IT'S FIXED NOW