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Chicago Tribune: "Pharmacies that print prescription labels translated into Spanish often issue inaccurate or confusing instructions that could be potentially hazardous to a patient's health, according to a report in the May issue of Pediatrics journal." Such mistakes can lead to confusion among patients like 8-year-old Linda Jimenez, whose mother typically takes her to a Spanish speaking physician, but did not have that opportunity during an emergency appointment.

Jimenez's mother failed to understand the doctor's instructions, and mistook the dosage she provided to her daughter..

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