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H2 Antagonist Oral Solution, Alcohol-Free 12/17/2014

A formulation that is free of alcohol may be advisable when treating ...

Liver Cirrhosis: A Review 12/17/2014

Liver cirrhosis is the end result of several mechanisms of liver inflammation ...

Examining Nonprescription Options for Heartburn 12/17/2014

Various antacids and acid reducers are available to treat this common ...

Ebola Virus Disease: Understanding the Current Outbreak 12/17/2014

The 2014 outbreak in West Africa is the largest epidemic to ...

Fecal Transplantation for Recurrent Clostridium difficile Infection 12/17/2014

While fecal transplantation is effective at eradicating CDI, more ...


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