Pharmacists held in high esteem

August 5, 2008

A newspaper in the Cincinnati area ran an article listing three reasons why pharmacists are respected more than politicians and even the clergy.

Pharmacists are tickled pink over a guest commentary published in the July 16 Forest Hills Journal, a newspaper in the Cincinnati area. Written by Father Lou Guntzelman, a Catholic priest of the Archdiocese of Cincinnati, the article is entitled, "Why we dislike politicians and like pharmacists." The author lists three reasons why pharmacists are held in high esteem, beating out politicians and even the clergy: they are accessible, truthful, and they have the interests of patients at heart. "Will the day come when politicians are revered as much as pharmacists? Hopefully!" concluded the author.

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