posted on Dec, 17 2012 @ 06:34 AM
This is my first thread, did a search with no results. Apologies if I've done this incorrectly.
A BBC Investigative programme called 'Inside Out' will be airing tonight with proof that a number of UK pharamcies are selling drugs illegally and
without prescription. The drugs sold include valium, temazepan, and oral morphine. One example was £20 for 28 tranquilisers.
These pharmacists are selling potentially lethal amounts of these drugs without prescription, and without finding out whether these drugs would have
any effects on existing medication taken by the purchaser.
I don't even know how this is possible. Surely controlled drugs are 'controlled'. There should be a paper trail that prevents this from happening. I
really hope no one has overdosed as a result of this.
I hesitate to point this out but almost all of the pharmacists that were shown in the clip at the above link are asian. What does this mean?
Inside Out is on tonight and will be available on iplayer thereafter for seven days.
edit on 17-12-2012 by merkins because: Corrections