Reprimand over cocaine conduct

Cocaine. Image courtesy US Drug
A former pharmacist and aspiring doctor has been reprimanded after he had very pure pharmaceutical cocaine sent to his employer’s pharmacy The pharmacist used his employment to dishonestly obtain cocaine for his own use, altering the pharmacy’s records to avoid detection, Judge John Allen noted. He did so on six occasions, obtaining seven 5mg doses

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