Global Report

May 2010
Pharmaceutical Representative;May2010, Vol. 40 Issue 5, p10
This section presents an update on the pharmaceutical industry including a study on the attitudes of European physicians to online pharmaceutical services, The German government is planning to reduce the country's pharmaceutical spending. Health care reform package in Australia might give nurses and midwives the authority to prescribe medication.


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