Fighting the clause

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Should you consent to an order under Clause 175 of the Poisons and Therapeutic Goods Regulation? lawyer Maurice Hannan investigates  In the wake of section 150 proceedings, the Pharmacy Council of NSW (the Council) appears to have a proclivity for imposing conditions requiring pharmacists to provide written evidence of their consent to an order being

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