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A drug first produced in 1865 offers relief for people with advanced Parkinson’s disease, study confirms.
Taking vitamin B may help lower the impact of air pollution on health by reducing its adverse effect on DNA methylation, a mechanism used by cells to control gene expression, according to new research.
Alex MacKinnon, director for the Scotland at the Royal Pharmaceutical Society (RPS), tells Julia Robinson what 2017 will mean for pharmacists in Scotland and how RPS Scotland plans to embrace new opportunities on behalf of the profession.
Scottish Pharmacy Board meeting: 18 January 2017Subscription
English Pharmacy Board meeting: 26 January 2017Subscription
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