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Pharmacist, Barbara A. Jones Finley, R.PH. putting bar code labels on chemotherapy bags. This is to illustrate story in POP FW 2007 on how care has changed since DFCI’s founding.

Allergic patients can receive chemotherapy in slower doses.

Allergic patients can receive chemotherapy in slower doses.

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