Toward true equity: Removing the medicines access hurdles for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island people

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Listening to the voices of First Nations people is key to ensuring equitable access to medicines, write Dr Alice Gilbert, Michelle Edmonds and Associate Professor Bhavini Patel. As pharmacists, we recognise the influence of environmental, sociocultural, economic, and regulatory factors on whether medicines are used, or not used.1 Although many consumers comprehend the role that

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