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Development of safer and more effective drugs. Edited by Samuel W. Goldstein. by Symposium on Factors Related to the Development of Safer and More Effective Drugs, Washington, D.C. 1967

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Published by American Pharmaceutical Association, Academy of Pharmaceutical Sciences in Washington .
Written in English


  • Drugs -- Safety measures

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Other titlesSafer and more effective drugs
ContributionsGoldstein, Samuel W.,, Academy of Pharmaceutical Sciences
LC ClassificationsRM301 S93 1967
The Physical Object
Number of Pages186
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18114848M

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