Nine pharmacists are seeking an injunction to prevent Zellers from selling prescription records to grocery store chains as part of a sales agreement, the Toronto Star reports. They say the sale violates privacy laws. “These files don’t belong to me or anybody,” says pharmacist Prabhjot Dhanoa, owner of a Zellers in Brampton. “They’re patient files.” Zellers is countersuing the pharmacists, the report states, for allegedly interfering with the files’ transfer.
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