CDC's Emergency Drugs for US Clinicians and Hospitals

09:58 EDT 5 Jun 2017 | Medscape

Suspect a case of botulism or malaria? You'll soon find that your local pharmacy doesn't stock antitoxin or artesunate. You can get these lifesaving drugs quickly from CDC. Here's how.
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