Wednesday, October 04, 2006

Pharmacists tell doctors to produce abortion evidence

THE Pharmaceutical Society of Jamaica (PCJ) has challenged Dr Alverston Bailey, president of the Medical Association of Jamaica (MAJ), to provide evidence to support his claim that some pharmacies were illegally selling a drug, Cytotec, that was being used to abort pregnancies. Dr Bailey, in yesterday's lead Observer story, said the drug was being sold on the black market, but posed a risk to women seeking to terminate their pregnancies. But Norman Dunn, president of the Pharmaceutical Society of Jamaica, said yesterday that pharmacies were very upset about the allegation, and demanded that Bailey provide the evidence to support the claim. "We don't want anecdotal evidence. We don't want it to be swept under the carpet and then it becomes a 10-day wonder, we want a solution to the issue," Dunn told the Observer.

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