Chemo doctor told pharmacist to mind own business

The oncologist at the centre of inquiry into off-protocol chemotherapy dosing once told a concerned pharmacist to mind their own business when they questioned the contents of a prescription.

An NSW inquiry into Dr John Grygiel has heard the doctor was "not always receptive to questions being raised about issues" with chemotherapy dosing.

The inquiry led by NSW chief cancer officer Professor David Currow has found bowel cancer patients were given flat doses or "significantly reduced" doses of oral chemotherapy while Dr Grygiel worked as a fly in-fly out