MHLW 2014 Budget Proposal Includes ¥200 Million For Health Information Provision
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
The budget proposal presented to Japan’s Labor Democratic Party’s Health, Labor, and Welfare Committee included ¥200 million for the promotion of self-medication through the establishment of health information bases by utilizing pharmacies and pharmacists.
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