How Can Pharmacists Rationalize the Need to Compound/Import Drugs that are in Short Supply?

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Erin Fox, PharmD, director at the University of Utah Drug Information Service, discusses how pharmacists can rationalize the need to compound or import drugs that are in short supply.

Erin Fox, PharmD, director at the University of Utah Drug Information Service, discusses how pharmacists can rationalize the need to compound or import drugs that are in short supply.

This interview was recorded at the ASHP 2014 Midyear Clinical Meeting in Anaheim, California.

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