Hanover-Adams event set up to get rid...

Hanover-Adams event set up to get rid of medication

There are 2 comments on the Evening Sun story from Apr 26, 2012, titled Hanover-Adams event set up to get rid of medication. In it, Evening Sun reports that:

This weekend at several locations around the area, there will be opportunities to get rid of all those unused or expired prescription and over-the-counter drugs safely, and for free.

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sharon

Marysville, PA

#1 Apr 28, 2012
what about all the drugs we have to pour down the toilet from hospice ? after your loved ones dies and they have left over narcotics we are to put them down the drain. these all go into the ground and is this good? i do not like this so what can be done???
Truth Hurts

Hanover, PA

#2 May 1, 2012
sharon wrote:
what about all the drugs we have to pour down the toilet from hospice ? after your loved ones dies and they have left over narcotics we are to put them down the drain. these all go into the ground and is this good? i do not like this so what can be done???
Truth: You're retarded. Did you even read the clip?
At six locations in Adams County, and two in Hanover, local groups are accepting pills, liquids, creams and other medications for free, no questions asked. No needles or sharps will be accepted.

"no questions asked"
"More information is available at www.drugfree.org . "
Sorry no help for you being a retard.

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