Canadians Prefer Pill Over Inhaled Flu Medication

December 1999
Worldwide Biotech;Dec99, Vol. 11 Issue 12, p6
Trade Publication
Provides information on the study `Usage and Attitude Study Among Canadians,' surveying the form of influenza medication preferred of Canadian patients and physicians. Methodology; Results; Implications.


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