Responding to the article “Reconsidering the scope of US state laws allowing pharmacist substitution of generic drugs,” the responsibility for a pharmacist to notify to the patient or Doctor upon the decision to make a substitution within a prescription, was not discussed. A Doctor may have discovered that even if chemically identical, in some cases, a generic may not act identically to what was prescribed. The doctor needs to know if substitutions are being made. This should have been included in detail and appears to be missing from the article.
Re: Question on “Reconsidering the scope of US state laws allowing pharmacist substitution of generic drugs”