Have you received the wrong insulin or oral diabetes medication from the pharmacy in the past five years?
Yes, more than once
I don't know
Have you received the wrong insulin or oral diabetes medication from the pharmacy in the past five years?Poll dates: December 29, 2002 - January 5, 2003
Total Votes: 559
Receiving the wrong insulin or oral medication from the pharmacy could cause serious problems if you don't realize it. In this poll, 15% of people report getting the wrong medicine at least once in the past five years, and 4% report getting the wrong medication more than once.
Given the potentially serious consequences of taking the wrong insulin or oral medication for diabetes, it's a good idea to check the medicine at the pharmacy before you leave.
Last Updated: Wednesday March 16, 2005 16:37:20
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