Global pharmacovigilance strategies for herbal medicines

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Global pharmacovigilance strategies for herbal medicines

Phil Rasmussen

kew chinese medicinal plant collection
The Chinese medicinal plant collection at Kew [Image: Supplied]

Pharmacist and medical herbalist Phil Rasmussen with the latest thinking on herbal medicines and safety

Many Kiwis took part in the recent conference, Advances in Pharmacovigilance for Herbal and Traditional Medicines, held at the Royal Botanic Gardens a
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