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Former pharmacy owner murders drug inspector; inquest hears of dispensing error; former pharmacist tipped to be head of suspected stolen drug operation Kharar, India: Around 10 years after he lost …

Patients suffer vision loss after receiving allegedly adulterated eye injections; Boots pharmacists vote for union representation; pharmacist facing charges after unsecured methadone stolen Dallas, Texas: A federal court has ordered …

New Zealand cough medicine reclassification gaffe; historic Dublin pharmacy asks for help; GP-pharmacist turf war heats up in Malaysia New Zealand: Pharmacies were not told that certain cough medicines had …

US pharmacist spent stolen millions on cosmetic surgery; Canadian reporters investigate widespread pharmacy fraud; Ontario, Canada: Global News and the Toronto Star are reporting on numerous pharmacists who have allegedly …

US pharmacist facing charges over alleged hit plan on witness; Indian pharmacist attacked by rioters; Indiana considers ethical rights Baltimore, Maryland: A pharmacist has been charged with hiring a person …

Canadian pharmacist struck off after concealing sexual assault charges and going on the run; Turkish medicines shortage; US pharmacists happy with salaries Alberta, Canada: A pharmacist who was sentenced to …

Alaskans directed to fill legitimate opioid scripts; Essex pharmacist struck off after “gross abrogation” of duty; Rotoruans can’t afford to fill scripts Alaska, US: People with chronic pain in Alaska …

Syrian pharmacist murdered in Germany; pharmacist fatally shoots alleged would-be robber, CVS and Walmart reach a deal Hamburg, Germany: A pharmacist and political activist has died after being attacked with …

Potential no-deal Brexit sees pharmacists needing greater powers to handle shortages; Mississippi ex-pharmacist arrested for selling drugs at florist shop; pharmacist saves coworker UK: Britain’s National Pharmacy Association has warned …

The number of deaths among young people from prescription and illicit opioid poisoning has nearly tripled in the past two decades, according to a US study A cross sectional US …

Five more people have been convicted on federal charges relating to the deadly 2012 fungal meningitis case in the United States US Attorney Andrew E. Lelling’s office has released a …

Contraceptive pill refusal case divides Croatia; former US children’s hospital pharmacy director accused of US$4.4 million embezzlement; UK rules tighten on dispensing gluten-free food Zagreb, Croatia: The conscientious objection debate …