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Why cuts will increase multiples' dominance in London

Pharmacy London's Rekha Shah tells patients how the cuts will affect the capital

Pharmacy London chief executive Rekha Shah used her speech at a Patient Voices event on May 15 to spell out how the £170 million funding cut will change community pharmacy in the capital.

Read about the unexpected patient turnout at this event, and C+D Editor James Waldron's experience of the day.

Read more about the government's policy towards "clusters" of pharmacies.

 

 

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