ROSEVILLE, Minn. -- Pharmacists in Minnesota will be able to take a more active role in treating their patients' conditions under the recently enacted Minnesota Pharmacy Practice Act Amendments, supported by the Minnesota Pharmacies Association here. irst dose of a patient's medication (insulin for a diabetic, for example) and in medical emergencies. The bill's supporters said the legislation would reduce unnecessary office visits. A half-dozen pharmacy organizations led by the MPA backed ...
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