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A pharmacist who misappropriated OxyNorm and Kalma has been given a formal reprimand by the Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal The North Melbourne pharmacist suffered a rib injury in 2012, …

It is the largest payout so far in a string of lawsuits against Johnson & Johnson and its talc-based products A US jury has ordered Johnson & Johnson (J&J) to …

The pharmacist at the centre of a counterfeit sildenafil scandal has again appealed to have his registration reinstated Mina Attia, the former owner of Shopsmart Wholesale pharmacies across Sydney, had his …

His overprescribing patterns affected 13 patients, many of whom were drug dependent or recovering from dependency According to a decision released this week, Dr Angelo Arreza was found to have …

A recent Federal Court case highlights the risk and cost to compounding pharmacies that do not adhere to guidelines The Melbourne compounding pharmacist in question had supplied their own compounded …

This pharmacy owner found terminating her stake in a partnership wasn’t as easy as first thought Three NSW pharmacy owners have had a legal stoush over the ending of a …

Reckitt Benckiser has agreed to pay $3.5 million to settle a class action over its Nurofen range Bannister Law announced that it has reached an agreement with Reckitt Benckiser over …

Sigma has decided not to pursue its legal action against My Chemist/Chemist Warehouse Sigma Healthcare Limited and My Chemist/Chemist Warehouse Group have entered into a formal negotiation period to seek …

A NSW doctor has been reprimanded and banned from diagnosing or treating Lyme disease after a misdiagnosed patient died of lung cancer Dr Peter Mayne, 68, first saw Patient A …

The deregistered pharmacist at the centre of the counterfeit sildenafil scandal is now practising as a faith healer Mina Attia has found himself a subject on A Current Affair this week, …

It must pay the $6 million penalty for making misleading representations about its Nurofen Specific Pain products A final High Court appeal by Reckitt Benckiser against a penalty imposed for …

A NSW GP has been struck off for overprescribing drugs of addiction to patients, including known doctor shoppers Dr David George West, 75, has had his registration cancelled following proceedings …