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Hundreds of copies sold, hundreds of pounds raised!

Packed with funny stories, tweets, blog posts and anecdotes about the wonderful world of pharmacy –‘Pills, Thrills and Methadone Spills: Adventures of a Community Pharmacist’ has not only been described as “Brilliantly funny” and “refreshingly honest”, it has managed to raise an incredible £330 for Pharmacist Support.

The book is written by community pharmacist blogger Mr Dispenser who made the decision to donate 5% of his book sales to the charity.  When asked why, he replied “You never know what is round the corner. I have not used the services of Pharmacist Support yet but am happy to know that they are there to support me and other pharmacists if I needed them.”

The Charity would like to say a big ‘thank you’ to Mr Dispenser and of course all of those who purchased the book for this generous gift. If you have not yet purchased your copy – panic not! You can still get hold of a Kindle or paperback copy of ‘Pills, Thrills and Methadone Spills: The Adventures of a Community Pharmacist’ via the following links:

“As well as being brilliantly funny, this book is a refreshingly honest view of the world of pharmacy. From student pharmacists to the fully-qualified, every chapter provides a story that the reader can relate to and enjoy.” Georgia Salter, Pharmacy Student

“A well observed reflection of life in pharmacy with very funny reflections” Catherine Duggan, Royal Pharmaceutical Society

“A great entertaining and amusing read” Mike Holden, Chief Executive, National Pharmacy Asociation

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