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Welcome to /r/Pharmacy, a subreddit for pharmacists, pharmacy students, techs, and anyone else in the pharmaceutical industry!
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Do not ask for medical advice: We do not, and can not, provide official answers to your specific medical questions or provide professional judgment. Questions regarding specific medical advice will be removed. Our advice is to speak to your healthcare professional for answers specific to your condition. If you still want to trust a stranger on the internet, you can try /r/AskDocs.
Do not ask questions regarding your prescription: For example, do not ask if/why you can/can't get your prescriptions filled early, or what to do if you were shorted on or lost/damaged your medication. If you have any questions regarding your specific prescription, refills or a shortage on your medication, this is not the place to ask. Contact your pharmacy instead.
Posts regarding illicit drug use or acquisition are not permitted: This is a subreddit for law-abiding pharmacists and patients. Posts from users who are active in subreddits known to facilitate illicit drug use or trafficking will be deleted at the mods' discretion. Do not link, crosslink, or reference these subreddits in any way. Users asking how to acquire controlled substances illicitly will be banned.
Post pharmacy school related questions elsewhere: Questions about pharmacy school are off-topic in this sub. Please direct all questions about prerequisites, applications, cost, and other related matters to /r/prepharmacy. Direct all posts about pharmacy school classes, administration, professors, curricula, etc. to /r/pharmacyschool. Questions about the actual scientific and practical content of pharmacy school classes are still welcomed here.
All link posts must have a starter comment: All link posts require an initial comment from the poster to get the conversation started and to cut down on blogspam. Posters must add a relevant comment (an opinion, analysis, etc.) to their link posts within 30 minutes of posting, or the post will be deleted. (Text, image, and video posts do not have this requirement.)
No Memes: Memes and image macros are off-topic in this sub. Please submit your funny pharmacy-related memes to /r/pharmacymemes.
Additionally, we ask that users of /r/pharmacy refrain from commenting on posts which are in violation of the rules above.
Other Pharmacy related subreddits:
Other Pharmacy resources:
- Pharmacy School Admission Requirements
- Student Doctor Network Forums
- College of Pharmacy US National Rankings
- Occupational Outlook Handbook - Pharmacists
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