Plenty of drugs this New Year's

July 1999
Employee Benefit News;Jul99, Vol. 13 Issue 8, p22
Focuses on the National Community Pharmacists Association's survey on the readiness of pharmacists to the Year 2000 computer (Y2K) problem. Conclusion of the survey; Percentage of community pharmacists that are ready for the Y2K; Other findings of the study.


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