Many methadone mistakes

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A pharmacist has been told to pay over $40,000 after his dispensing of methadone led to several “near-misses” An Auckland pharmacist has been censured and found guilty of professional misconduct following allegations about his dispensing of methadone and clozapine, as well as his record-keeping. Between February 2013 and December 2017, the pharmacist was working at

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