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Issue : The Pharmaceutical Journal, December 2015, Vol 295, No 7884

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  • Helping disadvantaged young people become healthcare professionals Subscription

    12 NOV 2015 11:32 By Sheena Jagjiwan

    Pharmacists in Africa play a key role in managing the supply and distribution of drugs for major conditions such as HIV and AIDS, malaria, and tuberculosis. Well-trained pharmacists improve the access to healthcare in rural communities by being able to advise and diagnose patients with minor illnesses.

  • Artist Damien Hirst intends to open a new restaurant called “pharmacy2” in London in 2016 after he faced legal difficulties with his first “Pharmacy” restaurant, which opened in 1998. In the image, a picture of Pharmacy Bar and Restaurant in Notting Hill

    Damien Hirst, Pharmacy and the 1968 Medicines Act

    9 NOV 2015 By Szu Shen Wong
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    Artist Damien Hirst intends to open a new restaurant called “pharmacy2” in London in 2016. Szu Wong recalls the legal difficulties he ran into with his first “Pharmacy” restaurant, which he opened in 1998.

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