RACGP candidates aim to push back against pharmacy

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Several RACGP presidential candidates have listed curbing the scope of pharmacy as an election platform And a leading pharmacist says in response that imitation is the best form of flattery when it comes to lobbying. The Royal Australian College of General Practitioners’ publication, newsGP, has interviewed the seven potential RACGP leaders about their priorities and

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