May 2003: Rx Image Two

Dilesh Patel of Hillcrest Pharmacy in Pennsauken, NJ
Published Online: Thursday, May 1, 2003

It is par for the course that pharmacists receive prescriptions that are puzzling. Pharmacist Dilesh Patel of Hillcrest Pharmacy in Pennsauken, NJ, is used to solving mind-boggling scripts. In this particular case, he had to use all of his deciphering capabilities to figure out the prescription. What would your guess be?

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