Pharmacy accused of poor treatment of methadone patients

A Guild leader says improvements are needed to the way Australia offers opioid replacement therapy, following an article attacking pharmacists for perpetuating stigma Writing in 10 Daily, freelance journalist Katie Horneshaw has slammed a number of unnamed pharmacists over an incident where a patient felt compelled to lick methadone from a benchtop, an incident where

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