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Re: You can say that out loud. It's not a crime.

Posted by linkadge on August 31, 2007, at 13:23:29

In reply to Re: You can say that out loud. It's not a crime. Racer, posted by Quintal on August 30, 2007, at 9:30:10

>There was a case here in the UK of a Muslim >pharmacist refusing to dispense the morning->after pill to a young woman, because it >contradicted his beliefs. I think it went to >court because the young woman fell pregnant as a >result, but the pharmacist's right to refuse was >upheld.

I don't think thats right. Cause if the pharmacist gets the last say, then it essentially means that the pharmacist has all control.

If a doctor prescribes a medication, then the patient is entited to that medication. They shouldn't be precvented from receiving what a doctor deems medically necessary.





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