Smith Kline & French Thorazine-Stelazine-Compazine ad, 1960. |
Mental Hospitals, Vol. 11, No. 2.
When the patient is cheating himself and the hospital...
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When a patient "cheeks" and hides tablets, he may be forfeiting his chances for improvement or remission. Moreover, the hospital is paying for medication which is being wasted.
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