Six in Ten (61%) Ontarians Would Visit Their Pharmacist for Administration of Drugs and Immunizations, If they Had the Proper Training and Government Authorization

Friday, March 02, 2012

Toronto, ON – If they knew their pharmacist had appropriate training and was authorized by the government to provide health advice and services to support their personal health beyond drug dispensing and prescription instructions, six in ten (61%) Ontarians would visit their pharmacist for the administration of drugs by injection,...

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Six in Ten (61%) Ontarians Would Visit Their Pharmacist for Administration of Drugs and Immunizations, If they Had the Proper Training and Government Authorization

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