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PJ letters (19 November 2011) (RPS members only)

The letters in the attached PDF have been published in the 19 November 2011 issue of The Pharmaceutical Journal.

Topics include:

  • Gluten-free food
  • Specials tariff
  • Medicines act
  • Drug abuse
  • Community pharmacy
  • NMS
  • Broken bulk
  • Migraines

If you would like to comment on any of the letters please put the topic of the letter as it appears in the PDF in the subject box below or send it to letters@pharmj.org.uk.

Letters were previously published individually here.

Citation: The Pharmaceutical Journal URI: 11089455

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