Responsibility on GP, not pharmacists

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Acting chief pharmacist criticises GP’s lack of sufficient assessment of a “high-risk and potentially dangerous” prescribing regimen to a woman who died A GP should have exercised more caution in prescribing to a 46-year-old Tasmanian woman who died from mixed prescription drug toxicity, a coroner has found. The woman, named Michelle, was under the care

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