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Pharmacy is the branch of science that studies therapeutic compounds, including how they are discovered, how they develop into medications, how they are used to treat and prevent disease, and more. The term "pharmacy" also refers to a profession that employs its in-depth understanding of medications to benefit society.

According to the Pharmacy Council Act of 2057, a pharmacist is a person who has earned a bachelor's degree in pharmacy from an accredited university. Along with monitoring the effects of medications, pharmacists are involved in the development, storage, supply, and dispensing of safe and effective medications. In order to increase a patient's quality of life and achieve particular good health outcomes, pharmacists must provide medication-related care while also preventing or limiting negative drug-related side effects.