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Drug Control is a public health service announcement that was created as a part of the Health Information Project by the University of California, San Francisco in 1973. The film shows how two doctors in two very different pharmacies cope with the issue of protecting their patients from harmful drug interactions and dependency. The pharmacy in the Los Angeles General Hospital sets up an experimental plan to use a computer filing system.
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