Drug Distributors Mitigate Coronavirus
For most patients, drug distributors – companies that provide, control and manage drug supplies – operate as an unseen but critical link in the supply chain. In the context of a global pandemic, however, drug distributors play an even bigger role in helping to ensure that pharmacies, health systems and ultimately patients have access to essential medicines.
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