How Well Informed Do You Think You Are About OTC Cold and Flu Products?

Published Online: Monday, March 21, 2011
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In the third of a five-part series looking at the pharmacist’s role in providing recommendations for cold and flu season, participants talk about the need for more easy-to-understand, accessible information about OTC medications.

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