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British “pharmacist” detained on suspicion of working with Islamic State; Rite Aid reacts to distribution centre shooting; likely end to US pharmacy “gag clause” Syria: …

As we pass the halfway mark in the life of the Sixth Community Pharmacy Agreement, we look at how it’s worked for pharmacy. By Chris …

Angelo Pricolo examines the main reasons patients cease, or don’t access, therapies for opioid dependence… and why many pharmacies don’t offer it We know that …

Cuts to Brazil’s medicines funding; UK bankruptcy risk; inspections under-resourced in India Brazil: Pharmacies are being cut from Brazil’s “Farmácia Popular” or “People’s Pharmacy” program, …

Less than 10% of consumer respondents to a King Review survey deliberately chose a pharmacy to obtain the $1 copayment discount The controversial optional $1 …

Guild condemns PBS price fixing suggestion as article accuses pharmacies of overcharging The King Review interim report is a “damning” one which demonstrates that “chemists …

The Pharmacy Guild has condemned a News Corp article which has claimed that “greedy chemists” are failing to pass on the discount on prescription copayments of …

The number of people deferring access to prescribed medication due to cost has remained steady, at 7.6% of the population The Productivity Commission’s Report on …

An increase to the script copayment and to the Medicare Safety Net remain Government policy, a Senate Community Affairs Legislation Committee Estimates meeting has heard. …

Shadow Health Minister Catherine King has said that Labor will continue to fight proposed increases to PBS co-payments. Ms King opened the joint PHAA 44th …

The Health Minister’s early announcement regarding 1 October price cuts means customers may start asking questions already, says Pharmacy Guild Yesterday Sussan Ley announced that …

A The Checkout piece slamming pharmacy for selling complementary medicines has offered suggestions for saving money that may actually cost consumers more. Pharmacy Guild of …