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Healthy Skepticism Library item: 9534

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Publication type: Journal Article

Horvath D.
Problems raised by the necessity of combining preparates of the pharmaceutical industry into magistral prescriptions
Gyogyszereszet 1989 Jan; 33:3-4


A discussion of the need for new drugs to be provided by the pharmaceutical industry in Hungary and problems with the extemporaneous preparation of prescriptions by pharmacies using available products is presented.


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