The pharmacist must:
Keep the Council of the Order informed of supply contracts signed with the administrations;
Maintain trusting relationships with administrative authorities;
Facilitate visits by pharmacy inspectors to the establishments they manage.
A pharmacist who has been harmed by an administrative official and who wishes to obtain compensation must apply to the Council of the Order for this purpose.
Only pharmacists in dispensaries are entitled to deliver medicines to the public and to private organizations authorized in the legal forms, without dispensaries.
In their relations, the pharmacist and the client each have the following
following guarantees;
– Free choice of the pharmacist by the client;
– Freedom of appreciation of the prescription by the pharmacist;
– Payment of the price by the customer in accordance with the official price list.
The pharmacist can only modify a prescription with the express and prior agreement of its author.
He must, if necessary, encourage his customers to consult a doctor.
The pharmacist must answer with circumspection to the requests made by the patients or their attendants to know the nature of the disease treated or the value of the curative means prescribed or applied.
He shall refrain from formulating a diagnosis or prognosis of the disease or treatment in which he is called upon to collaborate. In particular, he must avoid making medical comments to patients or their attendants the conclusions of the analyses that are requested.

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