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Managing multiple medications. Dangerous combinations. Multiple health problems can require multiple prescriptions, but not all combinations are safe.
Diabetes Forecast 2002; 55(10):89-91DF

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eng

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14768594

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Agnew, Bruce. "Managing Multiple Medications. Dangerous Combinations. Multiple Health Problems Can Require Multiple Prescriptions, but Not All Combinations Are Safe." Diabetes Forecast, vol. 55, no. 10, 2002, pp. 89-91.
Agnew B. Managing multiple medications. Dangerous combinations. Multiple health problems can require multiple prescriptions, but not all combinations are safe. Diabetes Forecast. 2002;55(10):89-91.
Agnew, B. (2002). Managing multiple medications. Dangerous combinations. Multiple health problems can require multiple prescriptions, but not all combinations are safe. Diabetes Forecast, 55(10), pp. 89-91.
Agnew B. Managing Multiple Medications. Dangerous Combinations. Multiple Health Problems Can Require Multiple Prescriptions, but Not All Combinations Are Safe. Diabetes Forecast. 2002;55(10):89-91. PubMed PMID: 14768594.
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