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27/05/2015 : With respect to supplying prescription medicines made in India:
I avoid it in light of media coverage over the last few years about shonky practices
I have reservations about Indian medicines meeting relevant standards
I have concerns the products of a particular company(s) only
I have no reservations about supplying these. The TGA`s QA procedures are first rate
I have no reservations and think the question has a racist element

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Re: Love the skin you're in
Leopold Hamulczyk
Debbie Rigby wrote:

"There have been lots of presentations at conferences, journal articles and pharmacy and medical media about how inappropriate it is to annotate 'use sparingly' to directions on topical corticosteroids or use these words when counselling patients."

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It all depends on patient understanding. It's more important to gauge what the patient understands than to blanket ban the use of certain words. More...

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