Half Of Pharmacies Too Busy To Manage Safety Information Adequately: Japan PMDA Survey
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
Just over half of Japanese pharmacies are not adequately able to manage the safety information of the regular stock of medicine they keep, according to a survey carried out by the Japanese Pharmaceutical and Medical Devices Agency.
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