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Dr. Ginger Cameron
Pharmacists should be well-trained and sensitive to patient religious concerns and proactive in their research of any drug ingredients that may conflict with a patient's beliefs. Pharmaceutical manufacturing companies should be comprehensive in their product labeling to accommodate religious sensitivities.
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Pharmacists, religion, religious beliefs
Grasser, Jacob; Norfolk, MeiLing G.; and Prusia, Ashton, "Religion" (2016). Introduction to Public Health Posters. 7.
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