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Travel dilemmas: How to take your Rx abroad

Your medications are such an ingrained part of your life that you hardly give them a second thought. But when you're traveling abroad, you must give them a second and even a third thought, not only because you must maintain your routine but also because you need to stay out of trouble with the authorities. You want to spend time in the country, not in the clink.

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