Apothecary Apathy

How much is your life worth? How much would you do to save it, or your child’s life? Any amount, most likely. Look at the concept and practices of selling medicine around and one feels to be in an uncomfortable position. Those who are responsible for making drugs available in market are not doing enough. That becomes clear after visiting some medical stores, also called pharmacies or apothecaries [More].

6 Comments so far

  1. You Know Who (unregistered) on June 6th, 2006 @ 6:14 pm

    @ You Know Who: Thanks for taking your time to stop by. No, I dont know who you are. Only that you are posting from

  2. alias (unregistered) on June 6th, 2006 @ 7:19 pm

    Why do your last 3 posts point to your own blog, rather than discussing the topic, whatever it is, over here?

    Painless lil self promotion does not hurt ;-)

  3. You Know Who (unregistered) on June 7th, 2006 @ 5:57 pm

    hahah…this is funny…arrest me!

    No, no. Have fun. Enjoy, if that is how you do it.

  4. Vaqas (unregistered) on June 7th, 2006 @ 6:03 pm

    What the? Hey Shirazi, it wasn’t me. It’s my class fellow Ammar. Since we are on same LAN so if you block this IP, you are going to block me too :(. He is just that wannabe gangsta stuff. And he is posting with MY identify :S

  5. You Know Who (unregistered) on June 7th, 2006 @ 6:07 pm

    hahahahahhahaha…ROFL. OK not anymore :D

  6. M.Patel (unregistered) on June 7th, 2006 @ 9:36 pm

    In the field of medicine, creationists are often considered by medical doctors as hopelessly behind the times. Endlessly we hear the same old rhetoric: “Evolution is the cornerstone of modern biology. As a practicing physician, I have had to examine these claims about the importance of evolutionary thought in my daily interaction with patients. I have also sought the input of many colleagues as to whether or not any evolutionary input is needed for them to adequately serve society in their capacity as physicians. Regardless of any individual’s particular religious persuasion (many of my colleagues are avowed atheists or theistic evolutionists who mock me for my young-earth creationist stance), not one example could be put forth of the need for evolution (or belief in its tenets) in order to practice modern medicine. I have done a lot of researches for my dissertation (http://www.coursework4you.co.uk/sprtcasec92.htm) ,but your article give me some more ideas for my next project. Would recommend to my friends and colleagues to read Thank you

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