Chemmart pharmacist brings mum back to life

Chemmart pharmacist Betty Crocker
A sweltering hot day in March saw Carnegie Chemmart pharmacist Betty Crocker save a life. It was an ordinary, but busy day at the Carnegie Chemmart Pharmacy, where the 44-year-old mother of three—who has a name that invariably raises a smile—was working. The mercury was nudging 40 degrees and more customers than usual were coming

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