Partnership For Self-Care Drug Interaction Package Sent To Pharmacists
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
The Partnership for Self-Care, a consumer education initiative between the American Pharmaceutical Association and McNeil Consumer Healthcare, has begun sending packages to over 50,000 pharmacists containing "the latest scientific review of drug-drug interactions involving OTC medications," prescription pharmaceuticals and dietary supplements.
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