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One in five prescription interventions made by community pharmacists relate to medicines shortages, suggest the findings of an audit. In the image, a pharmacist in a dispensary looks at a few medicine boxes

Community pharmacy teams intervene on a possible 6.6 million prescription items annually, says Pharmacy Voice

Source  Jim Gibson / Alamy