A written opinion that indicates that the author is a pharmacist and that the defendant pharmacist departed from the medical standard of care, because she allegedly dispensed the wrong medicine, adequately provides a "detailed basis" for the opinion, even if the writer does not explicitly identify the medical standard of care or how a pharmacist allegedly breached that standard.
Drury v. Connecticut CVS Pharmacy
November 19, 2012
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