Pain group takes aim at Pain MedsChecks

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Another stakeholder has alleged that pharmacists are responsible for the increased price of low-dose codeine – and taken aim at Pain MedsChecks Chronic Pain Australia, which represents people living with chronic pain, says that it is “disappointed about recent reports of pharmacies across Australia increasing the price of codeine-based medications since the 1 February up-scheduling”.

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