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  • UK pharmacies become more dementia-friendly
  • UK pharmacies become more dementia-friendly
    Janssem Cardoso (2016) ©
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UK pharmacies become more dementia-friendly

A scheme to make pharmacies more dementia-friendly has been launched in 75 chemists across Bolton. The initiative was developed by the Greater Manchester Pharmacy Local Professional Network and involves a range of services to give dementia sufferers more support in shops.

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