‘Are they on a power trip?’


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Pharmacists are “overstepping moral boundaries” by asking their patients questions, a freelance writer has claimed Using examples from the US where pharmacists had conscientious objections to dispensing certain medicines, freelance writer Sophia Irvine has complained about being asked about medicines and health conditions in pharmacies when picking up medicines. “Despite having a code of ethics,

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