In Brief: Women's Rx drug use
Women's Rx drug use: An FDA/National Association of Chain Drug Stores public awareness campaign is scheduled for a nine-month run in 15 metropolitan areas, starting with San Francisco March 21. The "Take Time To Care" program will target women 45 and older and will include a public service announcement with Hillary Clinton. A free personal medication guide called "My Medicines" will be distributed by approximately 3,500 chain pharmacies and is available on the NACDS and FDA Web sites. Participating pharmacists will make community presentations on prescription drug use...
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