Suspended pharmacist blames Boots pressure

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A former Boots branch manager in Glasgow has been suspended by Britain’s General Pharmaceutical Council over falsely registering patients for Scotland’s minor ailments service. Asif Alam blamed target pressures for his decision to “stupidly and naively” falsely register patients for the MAS between 2011 and 2013. The MAS is a Scottish-only service under which patients

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