`The best, worst advice I've ever received as a pharmacist'

Klink, Barbara
October 1996
Drug Topics;10/7/96 Supplement, Vol. 140 Issue 19, p29S
Trade Publication
Focuses on a pharmacist's experiences with pharmacy-related advice. Effects of advice; Good-advice column; Examples of outrageous advice.


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