World news wrapup: 28 July 2022

Pharmacist’s “repulsive” alleged acts exchanging pills for sex; US pharmacy stakeholder calls for clarity in wake of abortion debate; Ontarians say wider scope too little, too late Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: A former pharmacist who allegedly traded pills for sex has agreed to pay US$750,000 (AUD$1.08m) in civil penalties and never dispense controlled substances again. The US

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