Pharmacist Ben Fuchs on Israel’s drug policy

Pharmacist Ben Fuchs on Israel’s drug policy

July 27, 2021 Comments Off on Pharmacist Ben Fuchs on Israel’s drug policy By admin

Pharmacist Benjamin Fuchs said he was not surprised to hear that Israel had the highest concentration of pharmacist students in the world.

He was referring to the country’s highly-touted pharmaceutical school.

Fuchs, who was born in the occupied Golan Heights, was one of five Israelis to graduate from the prestigious Hebrew University of Jerusalem’s prestigious Pharmacy School.

He graduated in 2005 and became the first graduate of the school to be awarded the Nobel Prize in chemistry in 2013.

Fukes father, David Fuchs, is the current CEO of the company.

He said that while many other countries were making moves to lower tuition fees, Israel was sticking with its policies.

“Israel’s pharmacists are a privileged class,” he said.

“They can pay lower tuition than many other students.”

The Pharmacist School, established in 1948, was created to train physicians and pharmacists to become more efficient and innovative in their work.

Fuchus said that he hopes to be able to contribute to this generation of pharmacists and pharmacologists.

“This is the best opportunity I have had in my entire life,” he added.

“Pharmaceuticals have been my passion since I was a child.

And I am so happy that my colleagues here are helping me make this dream a reality.”