The government needs to know who is speaking on behalf of the pharmacy sector, former health minister Alistair Burt told delegates at the Sigma conference in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, in light of his experience of dealing with negotiations over the pharmacy cuts in 2016.
Pharmacists in Pakistan protesting about new government regulations were caught up in what is thought to be a suicide bomb attack in Lahore on 13 February 2017, which claimed at least 13 lives and saw scores of others injured.
NHS clinicians will not have to declare their income from private practice following a change of heart by NHS England.
Patients could have to wait up to two years longer to access new cancer drugs after the UK leaves the EU, because drug companies will prioritise winning approval for access to the larger European market, experts have warned.
Aspirin, an inexpensive and commonly available anti-inflammatory drug, could help some women who have had pregnancy losses in the past to sustain their pregnancy to a live birth, a new study suggests.