Suspended pharmacist found dead

Compounding pharmacist linked to the Essendon peptides scandal found dead following Ahpra suspension  Victorian pharmacist, Nima Alavi, who was linked to the Essendon sports supplements scandal, has died months after revealing he was the target of an extortion scheme.   The Age reported that Alavi was “one of the nation’s largest suppliers of oxycodone” and

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