World news wrapup: 16 May 2019

Pharmacists shouldn't be “prescription police;” confusion reigns in Arkansas; too much red tape in Ireland UK: Pharmacists should not be the “prescription police,” the chair of the Royal Pharmaceutical Society in England has warned. Sandra Gidley made the observation following the National Audit Office’s investigation into penalty charge notices in health care. Chemist + Druggist

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