Should R.I. pharmacists be allowed<br> to give routine shots?

STATE REP. Patricia A. Serpa, D-West Warwick, is lead sponsor of the House measure.  /
STATE REP. Patricia A. Serpa, D-West Warwick, is lead sponsor of the House measure. /
Saying they want to make it easier for elderly Rhode Islanders to get their immunizations, several legislators have proposed a bill to allow pharmacists to administer injectable medications, biological compounds and adult immunizations. Forty-four states already allow pharmacists to give immunizations, according to Rep. Patricia A. Serpa, D-West Warwick, lead sponsor of the measure. And…

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