There are provisions in the Medicines Act 19681 governing the right of persons lawfully conducting a retail pharmacy business2, including pharmacists3, to deal with medicinal products4 not on a general sale list5. There are also provisions6 as to dealing with medicinal products on a general sale list at a registered pharmacy7. There are exemptions, in respect of things done by or under the supervision of a pharmacist in a registered pharmacy, hospital, care home service or health centre, from the restrictions on dealings with medicinal products imposed by the licensing provisions of the
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