Playing By the Rules In the third part of her month-long series, Playing By the Rules, NPR special correspondent Susan Stamberg talks to Barbara Wibbenweyer, a Missouri cancer patient whose pharmacist diluted her medicine. Wibbenmeyer says she needed to forgive Phamacist Robert Courtney in order to continue fighting her disease, but that doesn't mean she condones what he did to her and other people he cheated.
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In the third part of her month-long series, Playing By the Rules, NPR special correspondent Susan Stamberg talks to Barbara Wibbenweyer, a Missouri cancer patient whose pharmacist diluted her medicine. Wibbenmeyer says she needed to forgive Phamacist Robert Courtney in order to continue fighting her disease, but that doesn't mean she condones what he did to her and other people he cheated.