Patients Need to Shorten the Duration of a Cold vs Only Suppress the Symptoms

Published Online: Monday, March 21, 2011
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The fifth in a five-part series looking at the pharmacist’s role in providing recommendations for cold and flu season talks about why pharmacists rank efficacy as the top consideration when providing counsel about OTC cold and flu products.

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