Angleton, TX

Texas Woman Claims CVS Gave Her Wrong Medication

Bryan Dijkhuizen

CVS, a major American pharmacy retailer, is facing backlash after a woman from Angleton, Texas claimed she was given the wrong medication.

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The opinion of the author is his own and has no affiliation with the topic that was included. Sources that are used in this article are the following: BestLifeOnline, and for information about individuals, he used Wikipedia.


Major companies like CVS are constantly under fire in the media for several things.

But now CVS, an American retailer in Pharmacy is getting backlash because a woman from Angleton, Texas says she has been given the wrong medication.

So it's always a good idea to double-check what you take home.

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According to the May 24 article by BestLifeOnline, she claimed to have been through the store's drive-through with her son yesterday, according to the KPRC 2 in Houston, to pick up two prescriptions.

She requested her son to bring her a pill from the first prescription while she waited for the pharmacist to obtain the second one.

"He placed it on the console of my vehicle and I proceeded to tell him to go ahead and give me one because I needed to take it," the woman told KPRC 2. "He just handed it to me, and I just popped it into my mouth and didn't think anything of it. But once I got down the road, that's when I looked down and realized it didn't look anything like what I have at home."

In the BestLifeOnline article, they state that this isn't the first time it happened at CVS: in 2019, 2020, and last month, several cases were found where CVS was wrong with medications. Read more in their article about that.

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