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Marketing: Drug Shortages and Discontinued Drugs: Marketing Techniques that Compounding Pharmacists Can Use to Advise and Serve Their Patients

Author(s):  Moore Renee

Issue:  Sep/Oct 2012 - Volume 16, Number 5
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Page(s):  394-395

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Related Keywords: Renee Moore, MBA, CPhT, discontinued drugs, backorders, drug shortages, physician communication

Related Categories: MARKETING, DISCONTINUED FORMULATIONS

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