Just as every professional has working tool/s, pharmacy too has a working tool. But this working tool is put to rust or its use is not taught in the pharma schools. It is such an inexpensive tool, moulding and sharpenning and skill fully using it should be taught in the Pharma schools. Contrary, it is suppressed or is not allowed to develop or its use is snubbed.
Pharmacists are not succeeding in the profession as they dont posess this tool or dont use it skillfully to be effective.
Dear Bloggers, Shalom
The word pharmaceutics in pharmacy reflect many subject areas which are all associated with the steps involved in producing of our final finished products  . The question is, are all pharmacists qualified to be involved in pharmaceutical industry and production?