License of Rahat pharmacist suspended for two years

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May 3, 2012 15:39

 
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The license of Salman el-Tsana, a pharmacist from the Bediun town of Rahat in the Negev, has been suspended for two years by the Health Ministry.

The ministry said on Thursday that it took the action following recommendations of a disciplinary board that found he had held counterfeit drugs and been "professionally negligent."

A district court rejected his appeal, thus the license suspension began on May 2.

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