Que. pharmacists and gov't talking again
Talks are on again between Quebec pharmacists and the Marois government.
They're in the middle of hammering out a plan to beef up services offered by pharmacists.
The provincial association of pharmacy owners says Quebec tabled a change that would have cut services, such as verifying blood coagulation, and talks broke off as a result on Thursday.
The new plan is scheduled to come into effect September 3rd, but the province says it might allow for an extention if there's still no deal.
Among other things, modifications would allow pharmacists to extend prescriptions.
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