Suspended pharmacist just kept working

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A pharmacist who kept opening and operating a pharmacy alone – after he was suspended – has been fined $24,500 A NSW Court has convicted the suspended pharmacist, David Le, of holding himself out as a registered pharmacist, after AHPRA filed charges against him. On 7 August 2017, the Pharmacy Council of NSW imposed an

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