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(a) Any healthcare professional with prescriptive authority may request information on a person through the Arkansas Crime Information Center before writing or issuing a prescription to the person for a drug to treat erectile dysfunction.
(b)(1) A healthcare professional is not liable for negligence for failing to request information under subsection (a) of this section before writing or issuing a prescription to a person for a drug to treat erectile dysfunction.
(2) Evidence of the failure of a healthcare professional to request information under subsection (a) of this section is not admissible as evidence of negligence in any court or administrative proceeding.
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