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Korea's Pharmacists, Doctors Clash Over Prescription Drug Sales; Ministry Calls For Expanded Painkiller Distribution

This article was originally published in PharmAsia News

Executive Summary

SEOUL - What started as a simple task of widening public access to some over-the-counter drugs has now evolved into a turf war between South Korea's pharmacist and doctor associations, and the Ministry of Health And Welfare is now calling for a new round of OTC distribution revisions before the first round has finished

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