Three-year suspension for trafficking dextromethorphan

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A pharmacist has been suspended until 2019 after he was convicted of two counts of trafficking dextromethorphan, claiming “long hours” and “lack of judgement” as contributing factors.The Pharmacy Board referred allegations concerning Ali Kozanoglu to Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal (VCAT) earlier this year, after he was convicted in March 2015 of the offences.In 2011

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