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Netherlands pilot to look at reusing unwanted medicines; not guilty verdict for accused US pharmacist; UK pharmacist heads to Lebanon to help Syrian refugees Nijmegen, the Netherlands: Researchers are tackling …

Pharmacist allegedly replaced medicines with baking soda; grad exams postponed again; fraud sentence for three Southern Israel: Israel’s Health Ministry is reportedly investigating a pharmacist who is facing allegations that …

UAE cracks down on prescription discounting; US docs oppose pharmacist vaccination of children; pharmacist loses battle with COVID-19 Dubai, UAE: The Gulf News reports that the United Arab Emirates’ Ministry …

Scottish pharmacist suspended after affair with patient; Israel looking for more pharmacists to manage shortage; Kansas man blames pharmacy for stroke Montrose, Scotland: A Scottish pharmacist has been suspended after …

Tributes for hospital pharmacist killed in Chicago shooting; UK regulator can conduct covert surveillance; young pharmacist murdered in Saudi Arabia Chicago, Illinois: Family and friends have paid tribute to Dayna …

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: A British man has been …

Pharmacist shot and killed in Jordan; prison tech struck off after inappropriate relationship with inmate; US pharmacist foils gun robbery Zarqa, Jordan: A pharmacist is dead and another injured after …