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Controversial comments, legal issues and regulatory changes were top of our readers’ concerns in recent weeks Comments by the Guild national president on accreditation fees led our list of the …

A pharmacy council has been ordered to pay a pharmacy owner costs after dropping conditions that restricted him from compounding or dispensing for online platforms The Pharmacy Council of NSW …

A former NSW pharmacist has been disqualified for three years over multiple compounding complaints, but he alleges “a massive swamp of corruption and malfeasance” is behind the decision Former pharmacist …

Pharmacy council pulls up compounders on risk assessments, with recent matters involving phentermine and clonidine The Pharmacy Council of NSW has warned of recent issues related to pharmacists and compounding. …

PDL and the Australian Society of Compounding Pharmacists warn of serious errors involving compounding of clonidine suspension for children, including rare fatalities PDL is aware of multiple instances where a …

A pharmacist’s registration has been cancelled after he inappropriately supplied “Myer’s Cocktail,” among other substances to “wellness clinics,” saying he was stressed and sleep-deprived The Civil and Administrative Tribunal NSW …

Compounding was carried out on an open bench used to store food and drinks in one pharmacy, while others diluted commercial eye drops to create a non-sterile final product Pharmacies …

An inexperienced pharmacist-in-charge was working 60-hour weeks and compounding Hepatitis C drugs to try and save patients money, a Tribunal has heard The owner and pharmacist in charge of a …

Pharmacy council notes an increasing number of complaints relating to the compounding of eye drops in community pharmacies Over the last few months, there has been an increasing number of …

Pharmacist proprietor alleges bullying after complaints of inappropriate compounding and contravening pecuniary interest laws The former proprietor of a large compounding pharmacy, which dispensed prescriptions to patients throughout Australia, will …

Angelo Pricolo muses on odd requests, from the patient who offered to supply his own cocaine for nose drops, to the man who wanted staff to apply his suppository As …

TGA seeks feedback on proposed changes to compounded medicines guidelines The Therapeutic Goods Administration is seeking submissions from interested parties on its proposed changes to compounded medicine manufacturing practices and …