Suppose you’ve been working at a job as a pharmacist for several years and get promoted and feel you’re doing great. You’re doing so great that your employer wants you to work more, because you create so much output.
There are cases like that. Where pharmacists are retaliated against unfairly. So now, in a sort of “What goes around, comes around,” kind of way, that pharmacist or you or your friend or family member can ‘retaliate’ back.
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