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Pharmacists To Get New Substitution Powers To Tackle Brexit Shortage Risk

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In an effort to address possible serious drug shortages in the event of a no-deal Brexit, the UK government has formally proposed giving pharmacists wide powers to dispense alternative medicines such as different forms, generics, biosimilars, or “therapeutically equivalent” drugs.

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