In Spain, the low replacement rates of doctors has led unions to propose extending their retirement. A study proposes the Anglo-Saxon model, giving power to pharmacies.- The model, mainly Anglo-Saxon, of allowing pharmacists to offer prescription drugs was born precisely to relieve physicians of tasks not too complex and that another professional with some clinical training could do. This is how the United Kingdom began, which broke the ice in 2003 by allowing pharmacists …

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