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2 Jun 2016
He said the interactive meeting would create a platform for stronger engagement that ultimately empowers pharmacists and their staff to better serve their patient community.
21 May 2016
In order to have an efficient drug system in Nigeria, pharmacists under the aegis of the Association of Community Pharmacists of Nigeria (ACPN), have urged the Federal Government...
16 May 2016
As part of efforts to prevent shortage of essential medicines in hospitals, pharmacists under the umbrella of the Pharmaceutical Society of Nigeria (PSN) have canvassed for the adoption of drug revolving fund schemes to meet hospital needs.

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