A pharmacy located outside Nevada that provides mail order service to a resident of
1. May substitute a drug if the substitution is made in accordance with the provisions
of the laws and regulations of the state or country in which the pharmacy is located.
2. Shall provide a toll-free telephone service for its customers to a pharmacist who
has access to the records of the customers from Nevada. The telephone service must be available for not less than 5 days per week and for
at least 40 hours per week. The telephone number must be disclosed on the label attached to each container of
drugs dispensed to a resident of Nevada.
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