Deregulating pharmacy across the ditch

Man tears up page that reads "rules" (Harper Review)
New Zealand’s government is preparing changes to pharmacy ownership which will mean pharmacies will no longer need to be part owned by a pharmacist, but by any “fit and proper” person. According to Pharmacy Guild of Australia Victorian branch president Anthony Tassone, it’s a clear indication of what can happen when ownership restrictions are relaxed.

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