Town could lose only pharmacy after rego cancelled

tribunal hearing legal case
A “responsible, family-focused” pharmacist has argued that he is reformed since buying benzos from a car boot, and cancelling his registration would leave a town without a pharmacy The NSW Civil and Administrative Tribunal has again heard the case of a pharmacist who was found guilty of professional misconduct in July 2021, with the Health

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