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Posted by Dave on December 08, 1999 at 17:34:46:

In Reply to: DEFINITION OF A PRESCRIPTION MEDICATION posted by NELL M CRAWFORD on December 08, 1999 at 12:29:49:

: PLEASE COULD YOU TELL ME WHAT BIAXIN IS PRESRIPTED FOR AND HOW LONG YOU CAN KEEP IT BEFORE USAGE THANK YOU

Biaxin is an antibiotic agent that is commonly prescribed for infections of the upper respiratory tract. It is not good advice to keep any medication for purposes other than the specific condition it was prescribed for, and all medications that have reached their expiration date (listed on the pharmacy label) should be discarded.

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