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druggist

US and Canadian a person qualified to prepare and dispense drugs
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Tariq Saeed, Chairman, Pakistan Chemists and Druggists Association said that appointed of Bakhtawari as President of ICCI is not only beneficial for twin cities of Islamabad-Rawalpindi but it is also very wise decision for whole chemist and phrasal industry.
Some doctors, druggists and even some officials claim, however, that there isn't enough medicine in Estonia.
McCourt Label's history as a label manufacturer began in the early 1900s, just a few years after the company began making druggists cabinets.
The same person indicated that the state has provided little or no information to local druggists about street drugs in Oregon.
The adulterated, substandard, fake and spurious medicine are sold through licensed chemists and druggists spread over 40,000 in number, out of a large number are not maintaining proper temperature controls, refrigeration and standardized conditions under which the medicines are stored.
Invoked against blindness, patron saint of druggists, happy meetings, travellers, and people leaving home.
After the province was formed, a wide range of businesses are considered, including meat packing, railways, communications, and the multitude of small shops ranging from hardware stores and druggists to jewellers and harness makers.
Retail druggists were therefore free to dispense drug products to their customers, although a prescription requirement was increasingly common by the turn of the century.
Or, if marijuana is legalized for medical use, druggists who oppose this will likely face similar dilemmas.
A hard, fast clearance by the Knoxmen, carried by the wind, caught the Druggists unprepared and the ball went to a Knox forward who carefully controlled the ball before putting it past the Pharmacy goalkeeper who made a valiant but futile effort to stop the ball.
Meanwhile, the Chemists and Druggists have protested against the amendment in the Drugs Act 1976 and called upon the government to withdraw the amendment otherwise they would be constrained to resort to hunger strike in front of the Punjab Assembly.
The All Kerala Chemists and Druggists Association (AKCDA) have determined to boycott the medicines of main pharmaceutical companies for instance Glaxo, Cipla and Mankind.