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NPA calls cuts a "slap in the face"

NPA chairman Ian Strachan vows to fight on against funding cuts

Government imposes funding cut

PSNC criticises government's "short-sighted and ill-judged" imposition of funding cuts

Potential treatment for secondary cancers discovered

Brian Collett provides a roundup of the latest health news from around the world

Add it up

Claire Ward suggests a little more teamwork could go a long way

Disappointment that emergency scheme only pilot

Urgent repeat medicines scheme will only be a pilot

PSNC rejects DH 12% funding cut

PSNC rejects "reckless" proposed funding package for 2016/17

NPA criticises "contradiction" in DH position

NPA chairman Ian Strachan calls announcement of pilot scheme a "smokescreen"

Profession angry and disappointed at cuts

Pharmacy bodies react with anger and disappointment at news of a proposed 12% funding cut

Zika vaccines to be trialed this year

Brian Collett rounds up the latest clinical news from around the world

National provider company launched

Healthcare Together launched to help LPCs and their associated provider companies meet local commissioning challenges

Charity providing 88% more support

Pharmacist Support provided over 3,500 acts of support in 2015

Turning the tanker

The editor's comment, September 2016

GSK Consumer Healthcare appoints new CEO

Brian McNamara appointed CEO of GSK’s Consumer Healthcare division

Actavis' generics business sold to Indian manufacturer

Intas Pharmaceuticals buys Actavis UK and Ireland from Teva

Kim Innes appointed Teva UK general manager

Kim Innes appointed as Teva UK's general manager for the UK and Ireland

NSAIDs and heart failure link: PAGB highlights flaws

Study linking heart failure to NSAID use does not reflect OTC use, says PAGB

All change at PAGB

Appointments at PAGB

Celesio UK appoints new operations director

Celesio UK appoint Catherine McDermott as its new operations director

More evidence needed, says expert panel

More evidence needed to convince commissioners, say experts

Commissioning failing to improve, Pharmacy Show hears

Services still only account for 3 per cent of pharmacy income

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