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T1: I am in full time employment and by the time I leave for work in the morning or by the time I get back from a full day at the office I cannot find the time to follow up on my repeat medicines. I tried the Repeat Prescriptions service offered by One Pharmacy and now I find so much relief! I do not have to be constantly worried about finding time to chase my medicines down to the surgery or pharmacy, I just log into my account with One Pharmacy from their website which I can access without a problem from work, I then select the medicines that I need and they deliver them straight to my home address even at extra hours when I am at home to receive them. Thank you One Pharmacy, this is the extra peace of mind I needed these days. I would recommend One Pharmacy to any one! (...)

T2: Before I discovered One Pharmacy, it was a real struggle to find the time to get down to the local pharmacy for my mother's medicine. She is 78 and really struggles to get about. Now she has her prescription delivered straight to her door, which makes life easier for us both.

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