Issue : The Salvadore, November 2006

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  • Thefts

    30 NOV 2006 0:00

    Thefts (30 November 2006)

  • Understanding Alzheimer’s disease Subscription

    25 NOV 2006

    Alan Worsley, PhD, MRPharmS, and Andrew Husband, MSc, MRPharmS, are senior lecturers at Sunderland University Horacio Sormani/Science Photo Library

  • Dealing with the EU counterfeit threat

    25 NOV 2006 0:00

    David Taylor is professor of pharmaceutical and public health policy at the School of Pharmacy, University of London

  • Pharmacy and assisted suicide: what can be learnt from experience abroad?

    25 NOV 2006 0:00

    Colin Meek, is a medical writer and journalist from Wester Ross (www.ardessie.com) Victor Habbick Visions/Science Photo Library

  • What evidence there is for the drug treatment of Huntington's disease Subscription

    25 NOV 2006 0:00

    Elizabeth Bevan, MPharm, MRPharmS, is a clinical pharmacist and Carol Paton, MCMHP, MRPharmS, is chief pharmacist, both at Oxleas NHS Foundation Trust. Correspondence to:

  • Protect and improve / Duping innocent patients for profit

    25 NOV 2006 0:00

    Protect and improveThat the processes undertaken by the National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence in reaching its decision over treatment for early symptoms of Alzheimer's disease are likely to be scrutinised in a judicial review may be welcomed by patients and their carers.

  • Do you want a regulator to be your professional representative? Subscription

    25 NOV 2006 0:00

    A proactive response to change is essential for an organisation to remain both relevant and functional, and enables debate and self determination rather than imposition. In this post-Shipman era, the Royal Pharmaceutical Society is rightly considering the compatibility of its regulatory role for pharmacy and its representative role for pharmacists.

  • Relinquish the role of regulator Subscription

    25 NOV 2006 0:00

    As chairman of the Independent Pharmacy Federation I write to endorse Noel Baumber’s Broad spectrum article in last week’s PJ (18 November, p606). The issues he raises were discussed at our steering group meeting this week and our firm conclusion is that the Royal Pharmaceutical

  • Standing up for their rights and principles Subscription

    25 NOV 2006 0:00

    I am disappointed with the response from Philip Sealey (PJ, 11 November, p572) with regards to J. Tull’s refusal to have spirits sold at his pharmacy tills. I totally approve with Mr Tull’s wise decision and I am delighted

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