PSA calls for national real-time reporting

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Hundreds of lives would be saved and hospitalisations reduced if a national real-time recording and reporting system for medicines was adopted, according to a new statement by the PSA. Recent statistics show misuse use of pharmaceuticals has increased from 3.7% of the Australian population in 2007 to 4.7% in 2013, the policy statement highlights. “PSA

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