Medication assistance : the development of drug surveillance and drug information in the Netherlands / C. W. van Gruting, J. J. de Gier
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Gruting, C. W. van & Gier, J. J. de. (1992). Medication assistance : the development of drug surveillance and drug information in the Netherlands / C. W. van Gruting, J. J. de Gier. http://www.who.int/iris/handle/10665/50382
Annals of pharmacotherapy 1992 ; 26(7-8) : 1008-1012
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