A pharmacist is allowed by law to issue prescription drugs. They are also known as "dispensing chemists". Whilst most chemists include a pharmacy, there are some that do not. In the UK, many non-prescription drugs e.g. paracetamol, aspirin, ibuprofen etc are sold in other outlets e.g. supermarkets.
@elliefoteinatou Chemists are the scientists who develop the drugs and a pharmacy is the store that sells these drugs, so in the sentence you used the word pharmacy would be a more common reference here in the UK.
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