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pharmacists behaving badly


Yan Chi Cheung, the Sydney pharmacist who pled guilty to spiking a colleague’s drinks earlier this year, has begun his 10-month jail term by reportedly laughing as he surrendered himself …

We take a look at the week in pharmacy news around the world US: Following controversy over the skyrocketing price in the US of Mylan’s EpiPen, the company has stated …

A pharmacist has escaped suspension after supplying testosterone to himself without a prescription Kameel Anton, from Maribyrnong in Victoria, has pled guilty to a charge of professional misconduct after facing disciplinary …

A pharmacist who supplied a man who later overdosed with zopiclone and codeine has been sentenced to 10 months’ home detention and 200 hours’ community work. Terrence Wong, also known …

We wrap up the week’s pharmacy news from around the world New York, US: A pharmacist has been found guilty of distributing black market HIV medications in a scam which …

Around half of UK pharmacies may be selling e-cigarettes and nicotine-containing vaping liquids illegally, a new report suggests. A study by the Chartered Trading Standards Institute tested a range of …

A pharmacist has been suspended until 2019 after he was convicted of two counts of trafficking dextromethorphan, claiming “long hours” and “lack of judgement” as contributing factors. The Pharmacy Board …

AJP takes a look at pharmacy-related news around the world Mykonos, Greece: An Athens pharmacist has been arrested for trafficking in cocaine and hashish in Mykonos clubs, the Greek Reporter …

A British pharmacist has been suspended for 12 months and his wife given a warning after an internet pharmacy business was allowed to be “infiltrated by addicts” seeking Codeine Linctus. …

AJP takes a look at the last week’s best reader comments It’s been a rather controversial week in community pharmacy. Dr Edwin Kruys, chair of RACGP Queensland and member of …

AJP takes a look at the week’s pharmacy news from around the world Alabama, US: Two Alabama pharmacists have been sentenced to 12 and 10 months in prison for their …

A UK pharmacist has been struck off the register following a BBC investigation where pharmacists sold drugs including diazepam, temazepam and Viagra without a prescription. Murtaza Noorali Mohamedali Gulamhusein was …