Lengthy fraud was ‘scream out for help,’ says pharmacist

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A pharmacist has had his registration cancelled for 18 months after he defrauded more than $86,000 from the PBS The proceedings concerned fraudulent PBS claims the pharmacist had made for medication which he purported to dispense, but did not actually supply, between 2012 and 2016. These included several claims in which the pharmacist also fraudulently

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