Christian chemists fear they could face the sack9th August 2011
Guidance released by the General Pharmaceutical Company has worried Muslim, Christian and Jewish pharmacists who object to supplying the morning-after pill.
The new rules say that a pharmacist needs to pass on the patient to a non-objecting pharmacist and telephone them to make sure they have the drug in stock. Anna Sweeting-Hempsall, a Catholic hospital pharmacist from Sunderland, said the new guidance "forces pharmacists to act against their consciences".
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Title: Christian chemists fear they could face the sack
Author: Jess Laurence
Article Id: 19397
Date Added: 9th Aug 2011