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UK NHS to use pharmacy scratch card

UK NHS to use pharmacy scratch card

Funded by an educational grant from pharma company Pfizer, pharmacies that are part of the Community Pharmacy West Yorkshire (CPWY) group will make use of postcard-sized scratch cards designed to

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