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accepted Medicine vs. Medication
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comment Medicine vs. Medication
Thanks, this is kind of what I was thinking, but you've put it much more clearly. In the application we're designing the history of medications is not important (at least that's what I've been told; I'm not a medical professional).
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comment Medicine vs. Medication
This list might also include non-prescription drugs (e.g. Aspirin). Also, while a doctor can theoretically prescribe aspirin, I don't want to limit this to a list of drugs that has been prescribed (e.g. if the person is taking it without explicit instructions from a physician)
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