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Poor quality cardiovascular medications remain a problem in Africa

11:55 EDT 19 Oct 2016 | Cardiovascular Business

More than 16 percent of cardiovascular medicines used in sub-Saharan Africa are of poor quality, according to an analysis of seven common drugs from 10 countries on the continent.

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