thirteen colonies are the biggest in the UK.
And there’s a pharmacy in every corner of the country, with more than 2,000 pharmacies in total across the country.
It’s all part of the ongoing push by pharmaceutical companies to make sure that patients can buy the drugs that they need.
A big part of that is a focus on the pharmacy as a place where people can get access to medicines.
One of the big challenges for the industry is the rise in the number of patients accessing health services.
The government has recently pledged £8.7bn in investment over the next four years to bring in more pharmacist-led pharmacies.
However, many pharmacies have struggled to make ends meet, especially in rural areas where there’s no other way to get their medicines.
We’ve already seen this in rural England, where the Royal College of Nursing recently warned of a shortage of skilled doctors in rural communities.
But there are also concerns that the pharmacy is also one of the few places in the country where people have the ability to access medication for the first time.
In some parts of the UK, there are already shortages.
For example, a shortage in some of the drugs used to treat a rare condition called neuropathy in people over 60 could be the biggest public health crisis facing Britain in the coming years.
Dr Jonathan Smith, the CEO of the Pharmacy Association, said the industry had a long way to go to get its act together.
He said the UK was on track to be the second largest pharmacy market in the European Union in 2020.
“If we want to achieve that, we have to get on top of the challenges we’re facing in terms of supply and demand,” he said.
Pharmaceutical companies have invested billions in the past decade in improving the safety and quality of medicines for people.
Many of those improvements were recognised by the European Medicines Agency (EMA), which in February this year recommended that generic medicines should be made available to the UK’s 1.5 million pharmacists.
There is also an ongoing debate about the best way to deliver medicines, with the Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme, which was established in 2009, looking to be expanded.
This is because the Government is looking to make more medicines available for people to buy.
What you need to know about drugs and their medicines What is a drug?
Drugs are medicines which are used to relieve symptoms or reduce pain.
They can be manufactured by a drug manufacturer or are made by an individual.
If you have a prescription, you must take a medicine to help you get the treatment you need.
What is a generic?
Generic drugs are medicines that are made from the same type of chemical as the medicine you are taking.
Generic medicines are often cheaper than the drug they replace.
Some generic medicines are more expensive than their generic counterparts.
Who gets medicines?
The Government has been able to buy drugs from private companies to provide them to the NHS.
Currently, some private companies are also allowed to make generic medicines.
But the private sector is limited in what they can make.
The Government is trying to make up for that by setting up an independent advisory board to review the health and safety of medicines being made in the private market.
The Government is also looking to develop a prescription drug plan to reduce the number and cost of medicines needed for people in England.
As part of this, the government is also considering whether to increase the price of medicines by £3.30 to £5.00 per dose.
Where to buy medicines?
The government is looking at how to make medicines available to people more quickly in some parts.
It is also working on ways to encourage the private-sector to offer generic medicines to the public.
These are medicines made from drugs that are not covered by the NHS and are not generally available to patients in England, Scotland or Wales.
People in the other parts of England and Wales will have to pay the full cost of the medicine in addition to the private company’s charge.
How much is it worth?
For some people, it’s possible to save money by getting a prescription from a private company, or using the NHS prescription scheme.
But it is not easy.
For many people, getting a generic drug from the NHS is more expensive and the medicines that they can afford may not be available to them.
You might have to ask your GP or local pharmacy to find out more about the type of medicine you want to buy, and what the price is.
If you are in a high-risk area or have an allergy to a certain medicine, you might need to consider getting a specific type of generic medicine from a pharmacy.
While you may find the cost of a generic cheaper, you can be able to make the decision on whether or not to buy it.
You can also buy medicines at pharmacies without a prescription.
When you buy from a local pharmacy,