Board of Pharmacy

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A Board of Pharmacy is a regional or national association of pharmacists that aims to ensure public health in a country or state by regulation of the pharmacy industry within their purview.[1] In the United States, they work in collaboration with the FDA, DEA and local governments to create, modify and accomplish new legislation and also on certifications and renewal of licenses to pharmacists, pharmacy technicians, drugstores, etc.

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