Adverse drug reactions in primary care

Cutaneous adverse drug reactions are increasing, with the same drug producing varied reactions in different patients, while unrelated drugs can produce similar reactions

by Anuja Sharma, Dr Daniel Creamer and Dr Sarah Walsh

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