Pharmacist found guilty of supplying testosterone to himself

A pharmacy owner who supplied himself with testosterone without a script has been found guilty of professional misconduct.

Melbourne pharmacist Kameel Anton, 59, also dispensed large quantities of testosterone to a customer for more than three years without reporting to the authorities, the Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal heard.

“The circumstances in which he self-administered were that he was worn down from working very long hours at his independent pharmacy in Maribyrnong,” the tribunal said on Wednesday.

The tribunal heard that despite being suspicious, Mr Anton also filled a customer’s scripts for testosterone in excessive amounts between 2008 and 2011, failing to notify the health authorities.

Mr Anton, pleaded guilty to related criminal charges in 2013 and was fined $6000. This week the tribunal issued him with a formal

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