Landlords seek to fetter pharmacy services

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Shopping centre landlords raise concerns about pharmacy tenants launching opioid dependence treatment and needle and syringe programs  Proposed legislation surrounding pharmacy ownership in Queensland needs to be amended to prevent pharmacies from introducing new services without consulting their landlords, the Shopping Centre Council of Australia (SCCA) believes.  Addressing a Queensland Economic and Governance Committee hearing

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