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(410 ILCS 710/10)
Dispensing of drug adulterant testing supplies.
A pharmacist, physician, advanced practice registered nurse, or physician assistant, or the pharmacist's, physician's, advanced practice registered nurse's, or physician assistant's designee, may dispense drug adulterant testing supplies to any person. Any drug adulterant testing supplies dispensed under this Section must be stored at a licensed pharmacy, hospital, clinic, or other health care facility or at the medical office of a physician, advanced practice registered nurse, or physician assistant and in a manner that limits access to the drug adulterant testing supplies to pharmacists, physicians, advanced practice registered nurses, or physician assistants employed at the pharmacy, hospital, clinic, or other health care facility or medical office and any persons designated by the pharmacist, physician, advanced practice registered nurse, or physician assistant. Drug adulterant testing supplies dispensed at a retail store containing a pharmacy under this Section may be dispensed only from the pharmacy department of the retail store. No quantity of drug adulterant testing supplies greater than necessary to conduct 5 assays of substances suspected of containing adulterants shall be dispensed in any single transaction.
(Source: P.A. 102-1039, eff. 6-2-22.)