‘Circumvention of the rules’ leads to pharmacist’s tribunal hearing

When it was seized at the border, a pharmacist tried to claim that a shipment of unlawfully imported Phosphatidylcholine was for her personal use A Stage One hearing before the NSW Civil and Administrative Tribunal has been told that a pharmacist intended to provide vials of unapproved medication to patients at her pharmacy. The “experienced”

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