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Pharmacists have a key role to curb spurious drugs
Pharmacists should play a key role to curb sale of spurious drugs in market, said Andhra Pradesh State Health Resources Development Corporation general manager KVN Gupta.
Vijayawada: Pharmacists should play a key role to curb sale of spurious drugs in market, said Andhra Pradesh State Health Resources Development Corporation general manager KVN Gupta. Addressing the national seminar on 'Usage of Herbal Plantations' here on Wednesday, he said that Kerala state was utilising the herbal plants for the treatment of various diseases.
He said that the medicinal plants are useful for patients and they do not have wrong opinions on their usage. He pointed out that the governments were also promoting such medicinal plants usage through Ayush department. Siddhartha Pharmacy College principal Dr Garikipati Devala Rao said that the meetings and debates are useful to students for improving their knowledge.
Siddhartha Academy member Perla Bhima Rao and college pharmacy department head Karunasri and several members of staff and students were present.