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Extended meetings with pharmacists for improved health care?

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The University of British Columbia is running a pilot project aimed at finding out what happens when pharmacists take on a bigger role in health care. George Pettie is one of the pharmacists involved in the study. The veteran Fraser Lake pharmacist sees the health benefits of this care every day. He joined Daybreak North Carolina De Ryk to share his thoughts.

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