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Bicillin L-A supply shortages set to continue, manufacturer warns Pfizer Australia has advised the Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) that stocks of its Bicillin L-A (benzathine benzylpenicillin tetrahydrate) prefilled syringes for injection (600,000 …

Guild stalwarts to face CAPS challenge in NSW branch elections  Representatives of the Community and Pharmacy Support Group (CAPS) will contest five of the 12 seats on the Pharmacy Guild …

Excitement that a deal to deliver the 8CPA by 1 July was signed on the eve of APP is turning to scepticism  The signing of a heads of agreement for the …

Regulator launches consultations into proposed deals involving oncology pharmacy specialist, Icon Group Icon Group’s plans for open a number of new radiation oncology clinics is set to be reviewed by the …

Semaglutide made the news again, as did the question of whether patients need to sign for PBS items We heard from Professor Gary Wittert from the University of Adelaide on …

New research shows pharmacists enable patients to choose to stay at home, and provide significant relief, comfort, and peace of mind for patients, carers, and family members Pharmacists are being …

Labor has dropped the ball when it comes to supporting Australia’s small business sector, crossbenchers believe  The government is facing accusations that it is overly focused on the concerns of …

A pharmacist has had his registration cancelled after he offered to supply illicit drugs, S8s and S4s to his associates The Pharmacy Board of Australia has issued a statement about …

A young male armed with a pair of scissors has allegedly tried to rob a pharmacy, after assaulting a bus driver Tasmania Police say that a youth is in custody …

A major shareholder has partly sold off its Sigma Healthcare stock, prompting questions about whether it signals a lack of confidence the Chemist Warehouse (CWH) merger will be approved Earlier …

GPs are being advised to “exercise deep caution” when contacted with offers to provide compounded semaglutide  Prescribers are being warned by the Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) not to be “duped” …

Prime Minister keen to deliver “constructive and balanced” industrial relations reforms  Labor is committed to being both “pro-business and pro-worker”, Prime Minister Anthony Albanese claims.   Speaking at the Council …