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That is just basic stuff and was supposed to be implicit in my statement.

Nice back pedaling, there.

Your statement was: There is nothing remotely unethical about filling any legitimate prescription.

See those words I've bolded? You've pretty much excluded the scenario I painted by the use of these words. You left out any possibility of "implicit" by the use of those words.

The prescription was legitimate. It is not for the pharmacist to decide which is more important, Drug A or Drug B. Both 'scrips are valid. Still the pharmacist has an ethical decision to make.

I guess my metapoint is this: "any" and "nothing" need to be avoided in topics such as this.

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