Mrs. Montgomery, a regular customer, arrives at your pharmacy and needs a refill for her Synthroid, a prescription drug. While processing her order, you discover that she has no refills left on her prescription. It is 9:00 pm on Friday night and Monday is the Fourth of July. You notify the pharmacist of the situation and await further instructions. Using this scenario and referring to the practicing ethics and ethical theories how would you deal with Ms. Montgomery

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