How Long Do Prescriptions Last?

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A prescription is valid for six months from the date issued, with the exception of prescriptions for controlled drugs. The date on the prescription can be either the date the prescription is signed by the health professional or a date the health professional indicates the prescription should not be dispensed before.
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