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Turkey's crisis sees all pharmacies being "fired"

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Turkey's principal payer of medicines, the Social Security Institute (SSI), has cancelled the medicines provision contract it has with the country's 24,000 community pharmacies after the bulk of them (17,000) held a one-day strike protesting the unpopular price decree which came into effect on December 4th.

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