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Pharmaceutical firms accused of price-fixing

16th December 2016

Six pharmaceutical firms from the US, India and Australia have been accused of price-fixing.

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Pharmacies to test sore throats

14th November 2016

Sore throat sufferers will be urged to go to the pharmacy for an on-the-spot test instead of visiting GP.

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High Street pharmacies could face closure

21st October 2016

New plans to alter funding system could mean thousands of High Street pharmacies in England closed.

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Funding cuts could see some pharmacies closed

14th October 2016

The industry's negotiating body has said pharmacies in England could face steep funding cuts.

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High street pharmacies face closure

28th January 2016

Minister says many High Street pharmacies face closure following plans to cut NHS funding by £170m.

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More than 400 pharmacists to be recruited to GP surgeries

17th November 2015

New scheme to fund, recruit and employ pharmacists in local practices.

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US drug company agree to cut price rise

23rd September 2015

Turing Pharmaceuticals acquired rights to AIDS drug, Daraprim, and promptly raised the price 5,000%.

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Pharmacists to give flu vaccine

22nd July 2015

NHS Employers announce patients could receive flu vaccine at pharmacies from September.

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SCR access for pharmacists

24th June 2015

HSCIC has announced that community pharmacists are to be given access to NHS SCR.

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Pharmacists to help ease pressure on GPs

17th March 2015

Pharmacists to step in to help treat patients at GP practices across England.

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