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Owners of one of Australia’s largest discount pharmacy chains had 19 grounds of appeal dismissed by the Federal Court Chemist Warehouse (CWH) owners Mario Verrocchi and Jack Gance had previously …

The young man that supplied Choi with “yellow Snapchats” and MDMA that led to her death has been released on bail Physiotherapist Daniel Dung Huynh, 26, was charged for supplying Choi with an …

AJP takes a look at pharmacy news from around the world Missouri, US: Five pharmacies from four states have filed a class-action lawsuit against pharmacy benefit manager (PBM) Express Scripts, reports …

A suspended Melbourne pharmacist has faced court over allegations she stole drugs from a pharmacy last year Sara Shadi Kazeme, who is the director of the controversial iv.me hydration clinics, …

A NSW doctor fooled colleagues and pharmacists with falsified scripts for OxyContin that ended up totalling 2,856 tablets The 34-year-old doctor had been deregistered for at least three years after …

One Sydney pharmacist learnt the hard way after a robber took the opportunity to demand codeine, Oxycontin, and cash The pharmacist had arrived at her place of work, Sydney Cove …

He was sentenced to 10 months jail but immediately appealed and was granted bail A Sydney pharmacist who repeatedly drugged a female colleague after she refused his sexual advances has …

The accused is part owner of five pharmacies in the Hunter region of NSW Phillip Lawrence Slater, 36, appeared in Maitland Local Court on Thursday 30 June facing 10 charges, …

Raid uncovers more than 100 boxes of prescription medication, steroid injections, pseudoephedrine and dexamphetamine tablets A 36-year-old male pharmacist has been charged after police searched his home in Lorn, NSW …

Sydney GP prescribed oxycodone and diazepam at potentially fatal amounts to a single patient over years Dr Ghee Hong Michael Tan, 59, has been found guilty of professional misconduct for prescribing a patient excessive …

Products that claim to be healthy contain over 60% sugar, alleges the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission The ACCC has commenced proceedings in the Federal Court against the Australian arm …

Criminal trial nearly two years in the making ended just five days after it began The trial alleging FedEx knowingly delivered illegal prescriptions drugs to dealers and addicts ended abruptly when …