Last week I attended the Enforcement Committee meeting of the California Board of Pharmacy. The value of attending these meetings is hard to extract. It helps to have a solid knowledge of the language of the pedigree law, understanding of the standards and technology being considered to meet it, and the history of how we got where we are today. Even with all that on your side it takes a lot of concentration during the meeting and after it is over to put it all into perspective and find the value.
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