A Year Full of Confusion for Prescription Drug Users As medicines were pulled off pharmacy shelves in 2004 and the FDA issued new warnings about others, patients and doctors wonder about the reliability of pharmaceutical screening. NPR's Joanne Silberner reports.
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A Year Full of Confusion for Prescription Drug Users

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A Year Full of Confusion for Prescription Drug Users

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A Year Full of Confusion for Prescription Drug Users

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As medicines were pulled off pharmacy shelves in 2004 and the FDA issued new warnings about others, patients and doctors wonder about the reliability of pharmaceutical screening. NPR's Joanne Silberner reports.