New FIP report on the role of pharmacists in reducing harm associated with drugs of abuse includes marijuanaThe Hague • 28 November 2017
The value of involving pharmacists in reducing harm from drugs of abuse is highlighted in a report released today by the International Pharmaceutical Federation (FIP). The report describes harm reduction services such as needle exchange and opioid substitution in different regions and countries, including Europe, the USA, Canada, central Asia and the Middle East.
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