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All patients in Inverclyde are to be able to have medicines for minor ailments dispensed directly by their community pharmacist under a pilot scheme to test whether opening up the minor ailment service (MAS) will improve access.

Shona Robison, Scottish health secretary, says pharmacists are “well qualified to deal with minor ailments successfully”

Source  Scottish government