欧博allbet注册:Pharmacies, private hospitals agree early heads-up for drug shortages
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MEDICAL groups have agreed for pharmacies to notify healthcare providers early about the possibility of drug shortages so that alternative measures can be arranged.,
This was one of several measures drawn up to address the current drug shortage, the Association of Private Hospitals Malaysia (APHM) and Pharmaceutical Association of Malaysia (Phama) said in a joint statement today.
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