Tackle Issues With Meds Kept in Original Containers

We're getting questions about repackaging oral meds that should be kept in their original containers...Epclusa, Pradaxa, etc.

These meds are broken down quickly by light, moisture, or both...and may need a desiccant or opaque bottle to maintain potency.

Many original-container meds should be given while patients are in the hospital, since they're for serious conditions...such as cancer, hepatitis C, HIV, and multiple sclerosis.

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