Friday, June 28, 2013
Question of the Day :June 28, 2013 If Pharmacy is Pharmacy, then why aren't physicians and veterinarians working together toward best solution for state and federal compounding legislation?
And if pharmacy and pharmacy why is Congress considering the veterinary or animal side separate from the human side? Is the fact Congress is considering them separate the first indication that pharmacy is not pharmacy always--or that animal and human compounding pharmacy are different or should be treated different? If Congress treats animal and human compounding differently but the state boards of pharmacy treat them the same, won't this cause more confusion than there is now about compounding and also won't it make the laws hard to apply and comply with?