Two Perth pharmacists lose bid to have case thrown out over supply of anabolic steroids

TWO Perth pharmacists facing allegations they engaged in professional misconduct when dispensing anabolic steroids, have had their application to strike out proceedings against them dismissed by the State Administrative Tribunal. On May 16, 2017 the Pharmacy Board of Australia filed applications against Felecia Hamilton and Chetan Hegde alleging the pair supplied steroids to customers in quantities that they should have known were not necessary for any therapeutic purpose, had the potential for misuse and were likely to constitute a health risk.

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