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A range of measures can be employed to improve access to medicines in developing countries, but it is a global struggle

Access to medicines is a global struggleSubscription

A range of measures can be employed to improve access to medicines in developing countries, but there is no simple solution.

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Micrograph of dentine tubules, which when exposed results in hypersensitivity

Dentine hypersensitivitySubscription

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The causes and treatments for a condition that affects six out of ten people at any time.


Mark Magas, principal lecturer of lifelong and interprofessional learning at the University of Cumbria

Training healthcare professionals from many disciplinesSubscription

Pharmacist Mark Magas lectures students from a wide range of healthcare professions, including paramedics, midwives and nurses.

The Pharmaceutical Journal

4 October 2014, Vol 293, No 7830

Cover Story:

The Ebola virus outbreak: presenting some of the most important data and identifying the latest therapeutic targets.

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David Branford, English Pharmacy Board Chairman

Getting our priorities correctSubscription


English Pharmacy Board Chairman Dave Branford looks at the challenges of setting priorities in such a diverse profession as pharmacy.


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