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Pharmacists plead guilty to drugging colleague, causing crash; US pharmacist detained over shooting fears; Ontario expands pharmacy prescribing again Ankara, Turkiye: A pharmacist is suing two former colleagues, alleging that …

Pharmacy siege in Germany; female Iranian pharmacists told to veil while men show solidarity; Mexican tainted pharmacy drugs scandal deepens Karlsruhe, Germany: A person has been arrested following a siege …

Entire Lloydspharmacy group at risk in UK; “embarrassed” Irish pharmacist blasts PM over pharmacy inaction; Walgreens caught in medical abortion war UK: All of Lloydspharmacy’s 1,300 branches across the UK …

Taliban forbid pharmacies to sell contraceptives; medicines access focus in Türkiye and Syria; New Zealand pharmacies lose power in cyclone Türkiye and Syria: Direct Relief has highlighted the problem of …

Tainted drugs sold in Mexican pharmacies; calls to scrap NZ script copayment; Canadian college slaps chain with largest ever fine Mexico: The Los Angeles Times reports that pharmacies in northwestern …

Big US chains cutting hours for “work-life balance;” second contraceptive refusal at a Lloyds prompts outrage from mother of teen; Malaysian casual pharmacist threaten to walk off the job US: …

Amazon has announced a new service whereby its Prime members can get all of their eligible generic medicines for a small fee – including delivery Pulmonologist and chief medical officer …

Christian pharmacy worker sues CVS over conscientious objection sacking; 20% pay rise for some Irish pharmacists; fatal dispute in California Fort Worth, Texas: A nurse practitioner is suing pharmacy giant …

A man had an in-flight medical emergency – but fortunately, other passengers included a group of pharmacists and pharmacy students Allison Inserro, managing editor for the American Journal of Managed …

Kiwi pharmacy owner caters lunch for tired staff; Chinese residents begin stockpiling medicines, pharmacist sentenced over 2012 Boston fungal meningitis outbreak Taranaki, New Zealand: A pharmacy owner has made the …

A naloxone vending machine plus the use of the pharmacy workforce could have “amazing” results, a leading Australian pharmacist says after the release of a US study A new study …

Pharmacist vaccination support program a huge success; guilty finding over fake scripts; “ageist” response to makeup request London, England: An award-winning scheme that saw community pharmacists support patients to understand …