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According to current medical practice, a physician may only prescribe for a person that he/she has examined. If a physician has not examined a patient, the physician may not prescribe a supplement or a medication for that patient whether by e-mail, telephone or regular mail; this is true even if the supplement is available in a health food store or the medication is available over-the-counter in a drugstore. Recently, some medications have become available over the Internet, but this is considered controversial.


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