Refugee pharmacist making her voice heard

Veronica Nou with her children, getting ready for the #kidsoffnauru campaign
Pharmacists have an enormous capacity for doing good and making a difference in the lives of people who come in our doors, says Veronica Nou Veronica Nou, 37, a pharmacist and proprietor of two Western Sydney pharmacies, is passionate about the welfare of refugees and Australia’s response to them. A longtime refugee advocate, Ms Nou

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