More minor ailments work, no extra money

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A new British scheme aims to better utilise community pharmacists in minor ailments won’t attract any funding for pharmacists. The scheme, which is to launch in pilot areas around England in December, will be aimed at consumers who call 111, the non-emergency medical helpline. Those who require urgent repeat medication or are suffering from minor

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