A controversial pilot allowing hundreds of pharmacists to prescribe antibiotics for uncomplicated UTIs is set to become a permanent feature of the Queensland health system after the State Government extended it for six months.

Since its start 18 months ago, more than 6300 women have paid a $19.95 consult fee to pharmacists who, after making their

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