Treating mouth ulcers

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CLINICAL PRACTICE

Treating mouth ulcers

Guest Writer

Guest Writer

Sanya Ram
Mouth pills
Mouth ulcers are common; most people will experience them at some point in their life. While most mouth ulcers will resolve quickly and r
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Comments

This article starts out by talking about the new dean of pharmacy at Otago and then digresses into mouth ulcers. ?

Yes that is a very strange digression. Thanks for bringing it to our attention Debbie. The article has now been corrected