Missing methadone, forged scripts and a slew of restricted drugs

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A pharmacy was investigated after its wholesaler noticed it “purchased amongst the highest quantities of high strength Fentanyl patches and high strength oxycodone tablets of any pharmacy in NSW” The Civil and Administrative Tribunal New South Wales has heard four complaints about the conduct of a pharmacist who owned a store in western Sydney –

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