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Dr Alistair Jennings discusses effects of "study drugs"
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Edinburgh Pharmacology Symposium 2017
Advances in Cell Based Screening - Bi-annual Conference
European Federation for Exploratory Medicines Development (EUFEMED 2017)
Biophysics and Medicine of Channels and Transporters: Electrifying New Insights Lecture Course
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BJP article: Do Benefits Outweigh Risk of Mind-Altering Drug Use by Healthy Individuals?
BJCP article: Inhaled Steroids May Increase Pneumonia Risk in People with Asthma
BJCP article: Dose Sparing Flu Vaccine Could Boost Productivity and Vaccine Availability
BJP article: Could Targeting Oxytocin Help Treat Opioid Addiction?
A healthy philosophy: we need to talk about how we value our medicines
BJCP article: Some Blood Thinners May Increase Heart Attack Risk
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