positive side to the recent news about pharmacists who missed common drug interactions

There's a positive side to the recent news about pharmacists who missed common drug interactions.

Some physician/researchers sent prescriptions to pharmacies for two drugs that interact...Seldane and erythromycin.

Most of the pharmacists detected the problem and did something about it. But too many pharmacists filled the Rx's WITHOUT giving any warning.

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