Can Pharmacists Write Prescriptions?

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Pharmacists are a great way to get your medicine. Additionally, it is a great career to get into. Pharmacists however, can not write prescriptions. They can only fill them.
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Simply because pharmacists are not physicians and are not trained to diagnoses conditions and recommend treatment. The pharmacists merely follows the directions of the physician in
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We make our patients better (hopefully) We get to exercise our fingers (pen or more recently, keyboard) We get to work on our penmanship because pharmacists are just not very good
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I am furious at my pharmacy. I went to get a refill for my allergy medicine Claritin but the druggist said he couldn't refill it. It was a few days past the deadline and he refused
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