I was cleaning out a rarely used drawer in my bathroom and came across this RX, written in 2003. I don't even remember why it was prescribed. I did not have cancer at the time.
It isn't always prescribed for cancer - I've never had cancer and I'm still getting it - for 17 years now. Yes, your pharmacist will know what to do with it. Where I live (Maryland ) any prescriptions that are controlled have to be taken to the Sheriff Department and put in an amnesty box outside the door. But your pharmacy will know what to do in your area. Regards - EJ23
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