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Written by Dr Brett MacFarlane, BPharm (Hons), PhD, FACP.
Brett is the Chief Pharmacist at the Australasian College of Pharmacy, where he is responsible for the Continuing Professional Development and accreditation functions. Brett graduated from the University of Queensland in 1993 and managed community pharmacies in metropolitan and regional Queensland for a number of years before completing a PhD in skin science at the UQ Medical School. Brett is an experienced medical writer, public speaker, and podcaster. His primary clinical interests are in dermatology and gastrointestinal health.
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