Wednesday, September 7, 2016

If you have received a compounded pain cream that was billed at a high cost to your insurance, the product didn't work, numerous refills were sent to you, you didn't get to choose where to take your prescription etc. please file a complaint with your state board of pharmacy. State boards such as Texas will be forced to investigate and take more action to shut down or rein in compounding pharmacies that are violating or have violated the laws. Some state boards of pharmacy will not or cannot act unless they receive a formal complaint.

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