Pharmacists should be able to produce antibiotics during shortages; FIP

Compounding pharmacist
New AMR policy also calls for pharmacy organisation and government collaboration to stop antimicrobial over-use National pharmacy organisation, governments and policymakers must join forces to regulate and monitor antimicrobials consumption, access to them, and data availability about their use in humans and animals, the International Pharmaceutical Federation (FIP) has called for in its updated policy.

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