2014
DOI: 10.1590/1413-812320141912.10222014
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Abstract: Two recent articles published in the consecutive issues of the Journal suggested that health professionals in Brazil have recently showed the rising interest for rational therapeutics including medical and economic consequences of widely prescribed drugs 1,2. Inspired with these efforts and taking into account limited resources of healthcare systems in many countries as well as recent worldwide financial crisis 3 we decided to investigate whether there is a correlation between rational therapy publication rate… Show more

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