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England could find itself with only 1000 pharmacies left, according to leading UK pharmacist Mark Burdon, a Pharmaceutical Services Negotiating Committee representative, told the UK’s All-Party Pharmacy Group that the …

We take a look at pharmacy news from around the world UK: 78 pharmacies applied for financial protection from the UK’s funding cuts… and all 78 have been knocked back. …

UK politicians don’t understand the value of community pharmacy, a senior executive believes – and so the pharmacy minister may oversee the sector’s end In an interview with C+D, Cormac …

We take a look at pharmacy news from around the world Nottingham, UK: A nine-year-old girl was mistakenly given methadone at her local pharmacy after she was prescribed antibiotics. Mother …

We take a look at pharmacy news from around the world Indiana, US: Juveniles who face charges of robbing a pharmacy would be tried as adults under a new Bill …

The latest pharmacy news from around the world Berkshire, UK: UK Prime Minister Theresa May’s local pharmacy is likely to lose up to £20,000 a year under the UK’s proposed …

We take a look at pharmacy news from around the world South-east England: NHS funding to pharmacies is likely to influence greater consolidation in the sector, Chemist + Druggist reports. …

We take a look at pharmacy news around the world Ontario, Canada: A Canadian family has launched a petition to urge Ontario’s Health Minister to make medication error reporting mandatory, …

The UK’s National Pharmacy Association has launched a new petition to save the country’s pharmacies, which may face closure as a result of funding cuts for the sector. The petition, …

UK newspapers are coming out in support of community pharmacy following PSNC’s rejection of the Department of Health’s funding package for 2016/7. And an unpublished report may show that the …

A new analysis shows up to £2billion is already spent on GP visits for issues that could be handled by pharmacists As many as 3,000 community pharmacies in the UK …