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Training Future Pharmacists In "Pharmacy of the Future"

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When U. S. citizens first purchased medicines from the corner apothecary, they gave little thought to the training of the dispenser. Today state laws require all pharmacists to be registered, and before they are granted licenses they must pass rigid examinations--examinations that require careful training. To provide this training 70 U. S. colleges of pharmacy annually dispense pharmaceutical learning to 10,000 students to add to the ranks of our 100,000 registered pharmacists.

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