Pharmacists not giving cancer patients CMIs

Pharmacists are not adequately fulfilling their CMI obligations, according to the head of a prominent cancer consumer group.Sally Crossing, chair of Cancer Voices NSW and convenor of Cancer Voices Australia, wrote in Oncology News that “Most Australians are receiving their medicines, some of which have serious side effects and specific dosing requirements, from hospital and

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