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Virtual reality (VR) can be used to train pharmacists as well as improve health and fitness outcomes for consumers VR technology first arose in the 1990s, although at the time didn’t take off because of lacklustre graphics, bulky kits, high cost and consumer issues with nausea and headaches. The concept was eventually relegated to sci-fi

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