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Women who are very young or pregnant are two population groups who should almost never be prescribed general pharmaceuticals. This is because trials have never been carried out on the biochemical effects of drugs on a small and developing body or on...
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The very young and pregnant women are two groups who should almost never be prescribed general pharmaceuticals. Trials have never been carried out to discover the biochemical effects on such a small and developing body, or on a fetus.