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how many times in a year may a retail pharmacy request the destruction of controlled substances? What form would be used to request the destruction in a retail pharamacy? A hospital pharmacy? What form would he used to request the destruction in a hospital pharmacy?

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Retail pharmacies can only request this form from the DEA once a year. Hospitals may request a "blanket destruction". Retail pharmacies must send a letter along with completed at least 2 weeks before destruction. Request letter must contain the names of at least two people who will witness the destruction as well as the proposed date and method of destruction. Disposal of the scheduled drugs must be witnessed by either a licensed physician, pharmacist, registered nurse, or law enforcement officer. Signed copies of DEA must then be forwarded to the DEA.


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