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Latest Pharmacy Daily headlines

Thu 23 Mar 17

PD breaking news – Sigma cracks $100 million in “underlying profit”


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Sales to Sigma-branded pharmacies up 8.2% following heavy investment in national retail brands.


Thu 23 Mar 17

PSNZ awards new Fellowships


THE Pharmaceutical Society of New Zealand (PSNZ) has awarded three new Fellowships to "outstanding candidates who have made and continue to make an exceptional contribution to the profession".


Thu 23 Mar 17

Pharmacy key for flu vax


ALMOST all Australians (93%)have identified pharmacy as the place to receive their influenza vaccine this season, citing access, cost and convenience as the biggest motivators, the Pharmacy Guild of Australia reports.


Wed 22 Mar 17

AFT seals NovoTears deal


AFT Pharmaceuticals yesterday confirmed a new licensing agreement with German specialty pharmaceutical company to distribute NovaTears in Australia and New Zealand.


Wed 22 Mar 17

Compounding feedback


THE Pharmaceutical Society of Australia is seeking submissions on its revised Compounding Standard, yesterday releasing a consultation paper which is open to feedback until 18 Apr 2017.


Tue 21 Mar 17

NatRUM alerts to med risks


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JUST 18% of Australians are aware of the National Return and Disposal of Unwanted Medicines (NatRUM) scheme, with most people simply putting unused drugs into their household rubbish.


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