- n. Plural form of prescription.
“Eroshevich also was found guilty of using a false name and misrepresentation to obtain prescriptions for the painkiller Vicodin for Smith.”
“They say that doctors 'success at increasing prescriptions is not a means in which they're measured, but some of the lawsuits against the industry have said that prescriptions and return on investment absolutely plays a role.”
“Though these longer-term prescriptions could save money at the retail level, Express Scripts rejected Walgreen's offer to promote them, Walgreen said in its filing.”
“Are the After Hours nurses able to call in prescriptions for me?”
“In potentially ominous news for online media, the biggest drop from 2005 to 2009 was registered in prescriptions for Adderall -- a.k.a. "The Pill That Makes Professional Blogging Possible" -- which fell from number 12 to number 21.”
“Cotati physicians complained Johnson used their names and license numbers to call in prescriptions, while workers compensation lawyers complained ....”
“In addition, Meciare's "donut hole" that will not cover prescriptiuon drugs for Senior when they need them most - After $2,250 in prescriptions Medicare/Government run plan stops paying. e.g. - A Senior can not afford $465 a fill for Plavix (choesterol med) So they get sicker.”
“We all know it is possible to obtain prescriptions drugs from overseas, and they are cheaper!”
“The problem with libertarian prescriptions is that they founder on the rocks of sanctified property.”
“Grandparents get $300-$400 in prescriptions per month.”
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