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The pharmaceutical care of people with learning disabilities (pictured) is failing to deliver basic standards and needs urgent reform, including a greater role for pharmacists, the Royal Pharmaceutical Society (RPS) says.

One in six adults who have learning disabilities but no diagnosis of mental illness are prescribed antipsychotic drugs