"The traditional role of compounding pharmacies is to make drugs prescribed by doctors for specific patients with needs that can't be met by commercially available drugs. For example:
A young child may need a small, liquid dose of a drug made only in adult-dosage tablets.
A person may be allergic to one of the ingredients in the commercial version of a drug.
A compounding pharmacy would make the proper dosage and form of the drug without any offending ingredients."
"The traditional role of compounding pharmacies is to make drugs prescribed by doctors for specific patients with needs that can't be met by commercially available drugs. For example:
A young child may need a small, liquid dose of a drug made only in adult-dosage tablets.
A person may be allergic to one of the ingredients in the commercial version of a drug.
A compounding pharmacy would make the proper dosage and form of the drug without any offending ingredients."
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"The traditional role of compounding pharmacies is to make drugs prescribed by doctors for specific patients with needs that can't be met by commercially available drugs. For example:
A young child may need a small, liquid dose of a drug made only in adult-dosage tablets.
A person may be allergic to one of the ingredients in the commercial version of a drug.
A compounding pharmacy would make the proper dosage and form of the drug without any offending ingredients."
Description
"The traditional role of compounding pharmacies is to make drugs prescribed by doctors for specific patients with needs that can't be met by commercially available drugs. For example:
A young child may need a small, liquid dose of a drug made only in adult-dosage tablets.
A person may be allergic to one of the ingredients in the commercial version of a drug.
A compounding pharmacy would make the proper dosage and form of the drug without any offending ingredients."
Description
"The traditional role of compounding pharmacies is to make drugs prescribed by doctors for specific patients with needs that can't be met by commercially available drugs. For example:
A young child may need a small, liquid dose of a drug made only in adult-dosage tablets.
A person may be allergic to one of the ingredients in the commercial version of a drug.
A compounding pharmacy would make the proper dosage and form of the drug without any offending ingredients."