Pill Splitting Robert Siegel speaks with Randall Stafford, Assistant Professor of Medicine at the Stanford Center for Research and Disease Prevention, about a new study that says pill splitting to save money is usually safe. However, Stafford says pill splitting isn't practiced widely. He says any strategy to reduce the cost of drugs needs to be clinically sound.
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Robert Siegel speaks with Randall Stafford, Assistant Professor of Medicine at the Stanford Center for Research and Disease Prevention, about a new study that says pill splitting to save money is usually safe. However, Stafford says pill splitting isn't practiced widely. He says any strategy to reduce the cost of drugs needs to be clinically sound.