“Hydration clinics” pharmacist faces court over $80,000 theft

A suspended Melbourne pharmacist has faced court over allegations she stole drugs from a pharmacy last yearSara Shadi Kazeme, who is the director of the controversial iv.me hydration clinics, appeared before Melbourne Magistrates’ Court on Friday 5 August on one charge of theft and another of attempted theft.According to court documents, prosecutors are alleging the

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