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Former pharmacist pleads guilty to upskirting, bathroom recording charges; pharmacist convicted over circumcising boy without parental consent; Fred’s is no more Portland, Oregon: Former pharmacist Johnny Tuck Chee Chan has …

British MP regrets pharmacy funding cuts; new UK pharmacy minister; US pharmacy staff save a life UK: A Conservative MP has told Chemist+Druggist that he “deeply regrets” funding cuts to …

Did you know hospital admissions for anaphylaxis have increased fivefold in the last 20 years? Find out more in the leadup to World Allergy Week With World Allergy Week beginning …

Anaesthetists are calling for a ban, or an upschedule to Prescription Only, for cough medicines containing pholcodine Dr Paul McAleer, a specialist anaesthetist and chair of the multidisciplinary organisation The …

Stakeholders have called for more work to be done to manage allergies, saying $10 million is required over the next five years An event held at Parliament House, attended by …

Pharmacy manager fired after profiling incident; pharmacy dispenser’s sentence appeal denied; complaint filed over “horrifying” anaphylaxis handling Chicago, Illinois: CVS Health has “sincerely apologised” to a woman and terminated two …

While Pfizer is working to achieve ongoing availability, it reportedly cannot commit to a specific time when the supply constraint will be fully resolved Mylan/Alphapharm, the sponsor of EpiPens, has …

Mylan says it is currently shipping “thousands” of EpiPens each week, although a signalled supply of Emerade to help with shortfall did not pan out Mylan/Alphapharm, the sponsor of EpiPens, …

Louis Roller takes a look at the most serious form of allergic reaction: anaphylaxis Anaphylaxis is the most severe form of allergic reaction and is potentially life threatening. It must …

EpiPen Jr is likely to be back in stock by mid-November, Mylan has advised In the meantime, Mylan has announced that it will supply eligible patients an EpiPen Jr 150mcg …

There is potential for allergic reactions due to higher than expected amounts of histamine in the drugs, says TGA/Pfizer Consumers and health professionals are advised that Pfizer Australia, in consultation …

Australian children have one of the highest rates of food allergies in the world, writes Leanne Philpott Yet a recent survey uncovered a serious need for extensive community education on …