Posted By P & L Blog

Two drugstore chains have reached an agreement with the New York Attorney General's Office to translate prescription drug instructions into six languages.  The pharmacies will provide information in languages spoken by more than 1% of New York state residents: Chinese, French, Italian,Polish, Russian and Spanish. 


Do other states have similar requirements in effect?  Should translating prescription and OTC drug instructions be a federal requirement?

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