I'm sorry I just really cannot get my head round the idea of choosing a profession where you are putting yourself in a position that you might have to do something you don't agree with. Should a stripper, who took the job to be a stripper, be able to refuse to strip because she finds the act morally reprehensible or should she quit her job as a stripper?you either like the government forcing people to ignore their sense of right and wrong or you don't
I keep trying to understand why it is ok for a pharmacist, whose job is to dispense drugs, to refuse to fill out a prescription for a drug that is in stock in the place that they work because they don't agree with it and why that right should be protected.
If they're working in a pharmacy that refuses to stock the drug full stop then I have more sympathy for their stance because as the owner of the store I see no reason why they shouldn't be able to pick and choose what they stock.  and I'm making a possibly false assumption that if the local GP is trying to prescribe something they don't carry that there is some mechanism in place, especially in areas where multiple local pharmacies aren't the norm, to communicate this fact.