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03/05/2012

Expert: Kids unlikely harmed by pharmacy mix-up

Dr. Dan Hussar was readily available to speak with the AP about the drug mix up in New Jersey.

NJ CVS Gives Breast Cancer Pills To Kids: "Fortunately, it's very unlikely that this specific drug would cause any serious or adverse effects when used for only a short periods of time," said Daniel Hussar, a professor with the Philadelphia College of Pharmacy at the University of the Sciences.

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