PBS co-payment cut an opportunity for Chalmers

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Treasurer has opportunity to ease cost-of-living pressures in Budget by slashing patients’ medication spending  Jim Chalmers, the federal Treasurer can make medicines more affordable, without adding to inflationary pressures by cutting the Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme (PBS) general co-payment when he delivers the Budget, the Pharmacy Guild of Australia claims.   Speaking on 7’s Sunrise program,

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