‘Do not supply’

Around half of pharmacists agree with the right to object to medication supply based on personally held moral or ethical values, a new study has found Most pharmacists agreed to supply medicine in proposed scenarios portraying ethically challenging issues in pharmacy practice, a study has found, including medical abortion, emergency contraception (ECP), IVF therapy and

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