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Paul Trusten, R.Ph.
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PostPosted: Sat Jul 01, 2006 4:43 pm    Post subject: join in pharmacy discussion www.jimplagakis.com Reply with quote

Any of you who read "Drug Topics" know of a marvelous column that pharmacy
magazine has run for many years, "JP At Large," by Jim Plagakis, R.Ph. The
column deals with problems in pharmacy practice that are familiar to
pharmacy staff members everywhere. Jim has now set up a discussion board for
all of us to talk about pharmacy issues, www.jimplagakis.com. Please point
your browser to that address and join us. There are a number of important
issues on the table there.

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