A pharmacy manager in Toronto says she’s not sure how pharmacists can prevent the epidemic from spreading.
“I think it is a matter of life and death.
It’s something that is going to have to be addressed in our community,” she said.
Dr. Shari Brown, a pediatric endocrinologist at York University’s Children’s Hospital, said pharmacists need to be vigilant and understand how the fentanyl crisis is affecting their patients.
“The most critical thing pharmacists should do is make sure that they are making sure they are taking care of patients.
If they are unsure about what to do, they should get in touch with a pharmacist,” she added.
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