File - Drugs in one of Lebanon's pharmacies.
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The head of the Order of Pharmacists, Rabih Hassouna, brushed off Friday the latest decision by Education Minister Elias Bou Saab to license six new colleges to teach pharmacy.According to Hassouna, the order has previously opposed the provision of licenses for building new pharmacy colleges as the market is already saturated.As those who graduated abroad constitute only 15 percent of members, the order believes that there is no reason to build six more schools.The order believes the Education Ministry needs to be alerted to these figures, which it claims reflects the market saturation.
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