An act of parliament of the United Kingdom governing the manufacture and supply of medicines. It is designed to prevent pharmacists from treating patients and to significantly hinder the process of dispensing medication.
sorry Mr Smith, due to the Medicines Act 1968, I cannot give you any antibiotics unless you have a prescription, despite the fact that you have a life threatening bacterial infection.
by Farringtoodle May 03, 2011

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