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Rethinking drug action

Rethinking drug action


Over the last few years, pharmacologists have abandoned the traditional view of drug action in favour of a much more subtle, sophisticated theory. Even the terms used to classify certain drugs have changed. Mark Greener reviews this new view to help nurses better understand how current drugs act and introduces some ways in which the theory will lead to new treatments

Mark Greener
Freelance Medical Writer, Journalist
and Editor
Former Research Pharmacologist

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