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Getting rid of old drugs

May 16, 2013

This is the fifth year for the Operation: Empty Medicine Cabinet program. The program was to help residents get expired, unwanted or unused prescription medicines out of their homes....

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May-16-13 5:04 PM

I really don't think meds go bad.

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May-16-13 5:00 PM

It is sad Billdog. I save my pill bottles in bags for the APL for the pet fix spay an neuter. I think they will take extra drugs but I'm not sure, have never asked.

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May-16-13 8:40 AM

This is sad that some of these meds get thrown out when so many can't afford the meds they need. Under the law not even doctors are allowed to take in unused meds for redistribution to patients that can't afford their medication. If the meds haven't reached their expiration date this makes no sense. Yet I'm sure some creep would take advantage of this and use, sell or do some other unsavory thing with them abusing a provision that was to help others.

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May-16-13 8:31 AM

Didn't they just do this at Stinky Pete's?

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May-16-13 7:06 AM

cool story, bro.

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