When pharmacy ‘had to strive hard for fair and reasonable treatment’

It’s October 1953, and the AJP’s editorial exhorts pharmacists not to rest on their laurels when fighting injustice “Admirable advice was given recently by His Excellency the Governor-General, Sir William Slim, to ex-Servicemen when he enjoined them not to trade on their medals,” begins the AJP’s October 1953 edition. This advice can be applied to

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