Start date set for prescribing trial

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Pharmacists in NSW are set will be given the green light to prescribe medications to women with uncomplicated urinary tract infections (UTIs) from Monday (15 May)   Close to 100 pharmacies across NSW will be able to provide treatments for uncomplicated UTIs next week, as part of the first stage of the state’s pharmacist prescribing

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